cheese akyurt
cheese akyurt

Three Peaks Show Dairy

A small museum with an insight into milk processing and cheese production awaits visitors in Alta Pusteria.

Along the main road in Dobbiaco, you will find the Three Peaks Cheese Dairy, which produces delicacies such as fresh cream, ricotta and butter. Of course, the range also includes a wide selection of cheese delicacies such as the well-known Original Dobbiaco, the spicy South Tyrolean Alp Cheese and the traditional "Dolomitenkaiser". And how do the holes get into the cheese?

The Three Peaks Show Dairy - "Schaukäserei Drei Zinnen" in German, "Mondolatte Tre Cime" in Italian - in the same building provides answers to these and many other questions from young and old. The tour starts in the small museum of the Three Peaks Cheese Dairy, which shows how cheese and butter were made in the past. A film also gives an insight into the daily life of South Tyrolean dairy farmers. From the visitors' gallery, you can then watch the master cheese maker at work: He is the specialist for transforming the best fresh milk into high-quality cheese. It's all about fermentation, salting and maturing, storage and refinement…

If you want to let this experience melt in your mouth, you can taste the products afterwards and buy them in the in-house shop. And how to reach the Three Peaks Show Dairy? It is located along the main road of the Val Pusteria valley in Dobbiaco, a car park is available.

Currently, access may be subject to certain restrictions.

Contact info

Admission

single admission:
€ 4.00 per person
€ 7.20 per person (with small tasting)*
€ 8.90 per person (with large tasting)*

groups (10 and more persons):
€ 3.70 per person
€ 5.00 per person (with cube tasting)
€ 6.80 per person (with small tasting)*
€ 8.50 per person (with large tasting)*

* bread and a drink is included

free for children under 8 years

More information

The Show Dairy is accessible only during a guided tour, all the year from Tuesday to Saturday from 8 am to 6.30 pm (in English, Italian and German language). The best time to see all the single steps of cheese production is from Tuesday to Friday between 8 am and 1 pm.

Suggest an edit/correction

Our editorial staff is always committed to ensuring the highest quality and accuracy of the information we publish. If you have suggestions to improve this page you can send them to us using the form below. Thank you in advance!

Close

Suggested accommodations

Tips and more infos