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Today's Museum in the Tower was formerly known as "Galerie zum alten Oetztal" installed by Hans Jäger in his private farmhouse. It is meant as a countermovement to the stream of time in order to preserve the rich cultural heritage in the rural region and its numerous traditions deeply rooted in history, which are often ignored by the so-called modern way of thinking!
A fine collection of pictures centers on the view over the mighty Ötztal Alps from different angles in the lower valley. Changing exhibitions are scheduled. After many years of collecting material, photographs and pictures, visitors can take a unique insight into the region and its varied facets.