ORF Radio Tirol Summer Retreat at Felixé Mina's House
Thursday August 26 2021, 12.00 - 15.00 o'clock
A living monument
Felixé Mina's house is a listed single-family house dating back to 1698. After more than 300 years of family history, the last occupant Wilhelmina (Mina) Schmid passed away without any descendants. An uninhabited house loses its soul and eventually falls into disrepair - to prevent this, extensive renovation and revitalisation work was undertaken.
The museum, the Tennengalerie as an exhibition and event space, the farm shop, the rehearsal room of the Bundesmusikkapelle Tannheim, the Vilsalpsee protected area care centre, the museum depot and multi-purpose rooms for events and groups are now all under one roof.
Open Day at Felixé Mina's House
On the "Open Day" on 26 August 2021, children, families and interested parties are cordially invited to take a look at the versatile rooms in Felixé Mina's House and discover new things.
The programme links the varied offers in the cultural centre: we invite you on a journey back in time with museum tours and old legends, traditional knowledge of medicinal herbs and handicrafts made of sheep's wool to make yourself.
Sustainability and traditional knowledge are anything but "old hat" - this is demonstrated by the regional food tasting from the farmer's shop and the research station and exhibition from the protected area management.
Museum tours and quiz with Sarah Lechleitner
Tyrolean legends told by Eva-Maria Kleiner
Ancient herbal knowledge from the Tannheim Garden
Wild herbs have a particularly magical power here in the Tyrolean mountains. Make herbal sachets together with Doris Weirather.
Traditional crafts for children and families
From sheep to sock: spinning and felting with sheep farmer Edeltraud Hauser.
The living water drop
Limnology station (aquatic animals under the microscope) and exhibition "Habitats in the protected area", supervised by Caroline Winklmair
Photo exhibition animal and nature photography
Breathtaking moments in the Außerfern nature,
captured by photographer Dieter Fürrutter