The Messner Mountain Museum in Solda in the Val Venosta valley tells about the “King” of Tyrol’s mountains, the 3,905 m high Ortles
The museum dedicated to the topic "At the end of the world", located in South Tyrol's western part, in Solda all'Ortles, is based on the 3,905 m high "King Ortles", the highest mountain of Tyrol (in the picture in the background, behind Mt. Zebrù, another peak of the Ortles Alps).
The mountain museum shows the world of ice, inspired by the novel "The Terrors of Ice and Darkness" by Christoph Ransmayr and the largest collection of pictures of Mt. Ortles worldwide as well as ice-climbing gear from two centuries. Here you'll find out more about Snow People and Snow Lions, the Arctic and Antarctic, avalanches and artworks made of ice.
Fittingly, the MMM Ortles is an underground structure. Furthermore, here in Solda Reinhold Messner's yak herd lives, the long-haired domesticated cattle found throughout the Himalayan region. The Yak&Yeti tavern next to the museum offers South Tyrolean and Himalayas delicacies. And how to reach the MMM Ortles? It is located in the Via Forestale road in Solda, a parking space is available. In the adiacent Via Principale road, however, there's a bus stop.
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€ 12.00 adults
€ 10.00 students
€ 10.00 seniors 65+
€ 10.00 groups (more than 15 persons)
€ 10.00 people with disabilities
€ 6.00 children and young people (6-18 years)
€ 28.00 family ticket (2 adults with children under 14 years)
€ 16.00 family ticket (1 adult with children under 14 years)
free for children under 6 years
free with the museumobil Card
MMM Tour-Ticket - one visit each to the 6 MMM:
€ 55.00 adults
€ 45.00 students
€ 45.00 seniors 65+
€ 45.00 groups (more than 15 persons)
€ 45.00 people with disabilities
€ 25.00 children and young people (6-18 years)
€ 125.00 family ticket (2 adults with children under 14 years)
€ 65.00 family ticket (1 adult with children under 14 years)
The MMM Ortles stays open in summer and in winter, closed on Tuesdays.
Winter season start 2023 on December 10, season start 2024 on May 26.