The Coin of Hall and Burg Hasegg

the coin of hall and his castell Hasegg

Built to protect the town the salt-mines and trade on the River Inn and also to guard the old salt route, Burg Hasegg dates from shortly after Hall received its charter. 
Under Duke Siegmund and Emperor Maximilian I Burg Hasegg was enlarged into a showpiece castle.

Make the breathtaking ascent of the Mint Tower in Burg Hasegg too, the tower was fully renovated in 2005.


Info: Guided Tour - Hall Mint Museum


Mining Museum

mining muesum Hall in Tyrol

The Mining Museum provides an insight into the history of salt extraction. It consists of a re-creation of the Hall valley mine, which was abandoned in 1967. 

Galleries, shafts, tools, minerals, a shute and much more vividly convey to the visitor what it was really like to go underground. The Mining Museum is in the centre of Hall's Old Town .



Matschgerer Museum - Absam

Wooden masks museum "Matschgarer" Absam

On display here are about 200 wooden masks (the oldest about 200 years old), Matschgerer costumes, photos, old knapsacks, pictures and lots of background on Shrovetide customs. 


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