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Museum Goldenes Dachl

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Kaiser Maximilian I. (1459-1519) war eine der schillerndsten Figuren der Habsburger-Dynastie. Er vergrößerte seine Hausmacht durch kluge Heiratspolitik und schuf mit der Halsgerichtsordnung, die auch als „Tiroler Malefizordnung“ bekannt ist, das erste kodifizierte Strafrecht im deutschsprachigen Raum. Kaiser Maximilian war einer der Wegbereiter des modernen Kriegswesens, insbesondere der Artillerie. Daneben reformierte er auch die Verwaltung. Das Goldene Dachl beherbergte die ersten fixen Verwaltungs- und Regierungsbehörden des Reiches. Mit seinen 2.657 feuervergoldeten Kupferschindeln und seinem fresken- und reliefverzierten Erker war das Goldene Dachl schon zu Lebzeiten Kaiser Maximilians weit über die Grenzen Tirols bekannt und wurde im Laufe der Zeit zum Wahrzeichen der Stadt Innsbruck. Das Museum Goldenes Dachl erzählt die Geschichte dieses einzigartigen Bauwerks, seines Erbauers und dessen liebster Residenz. Unter der Herrschaft Maximilians I. wurde Innsbruck zu einem reichen, lebendigen sowie urbanen Zentrum für ganz Tirol und für das gesamte Reich. Ein Rundgang durch das Museum entführt Sie in diese spätmittelalterliche Welt der Zünfte und Stände, der Bettler und Bürger, der höfischen Feste und blutigen Kämpfe, des lebhaften Handels und lukrativen Silberbergbaus. Doch bevor Sie diese Reise in die Vergangenheit antreten, werfen Sie einen „kaiserlichen Blick“ aus dem Prunkerker und genießen Sie – wie einst Kaiser Maximilian – das bunte Treiben in der Innsbrucker Altstadt. Das Goldene Dachl für Kids Kunz von der Rosen, der persönliche Hofnarr Kaiser Maximilians, begleitet kleine und große Kinder durch das Museum. Ein eigener Raum mit kreativen Spielen und ausgewählten Kinderbüchern macht neugierig auf das Mittelalter und das Leben von Rittern und Prinzessinnen. Ausstellungen Kaiser Maximilian und das spätmittelalterliche Tirol – ganzjährig DENKmal – Geschichte: das Goldene Dachl, seine Geschichte und Bedeutung für die Kunstgeschichte

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Architecture , Personalities , History, Literature , Museum of local history , Interesting for children


Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 15
6020 Innsbruck
+43 512 5360 1441

Opening hours

Mo-So 10.00-17.00 Uhr

Di-So 10.00-17:00 Uhr

November geschlossen


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