In the Local Museum of Termeno you can experience the famous Gewürztraminer and the well-known Egetmann Parade.
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In 1989 a museum was opened in a small farmhouse in the centre of Termeno, dedicated entirely to the life in the South Tyrolean Bassa Atesina area. This "Hoamet Tramin Museum" is a beauty spot that tells the story of life in Termeno in sound and vision.
A big role in this area plays the winegrowing, here highly estimated wines like the worldwide known Gewurztraminer originate. The development of wine production from 1960 to the present is illustrated by a collection of agricultural appliances. One of the highlights in the course of the year, however, is the Egetmann Parade with the "Schnappviecher" (Snapping Animals), an old Carnival tradition. The permanent exhibition in the "Hoamet Tramin Museum" - Hoamet is the dialect word for homeland - is called "Living on the frontier", here in the south of South Tyrol between Alpine and Mediterranean influences and between Italian and German speaking area.
The offer of the "Hoamet Tramin Museum" is completed by changing special exhibitions and events such as the Gewürztraminer Tastings, and by the new permanent exhibition showing the Roman grave findings of the "Im Bad" area in Termeno. And how to reach the museum? It is located at the Piazza Municipio, that's to say at the Town Hall Square. At the nearby Piazza Mindelheim square there is a bus stop - parking spaces, however, are available at the tourist office.
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€ 3.50 adults, young people (16-18 years)
free for children and young people under 16 years
free with the WinePass
guided tour "Termeno and the Gewürztraminer":
€ 10.00 per person
Guided tour "Termeno and the Gewürztraminer" every Wednesday and Thursday from 10.30 am till noon time (in German/Italian language).
Gewürztraminer Wine Day on Saturday, May 28, from 10 am to 6 pm, free admission.