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Naturpark Ötztal - Infopoint Vent | Transhumanz & Besiedlungsgeschichte

gallery, Highlight, exhibitions
Ausstellung im Widum Vent

Oberlängenfeld 142
6444 Längenfeld

Opening Hours
01.04.2023 - 31.12.2025
Mo: 08:00-20:00
Tu: 08:00-20:00
We: 08:00-20:00
Th: 08:00-20:00
Fr: 08:00-20:00
Sa: 08:00-20:00
Su: 08:00-20:00

Opening Hours
Open daily from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm.

T +43 5253 2020 1
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On the first floor of the listed Widum, the 50 m² exhibition is dedicated to the diverse nature and cultural topics around Vent. An impressive photo gallery shows the traditional shaft drive between Vent and South Tyrol. The rich settlement history around Vent is excitingly told. These weighty topics are presented sensitively and unobtrusively, along with the tradition of field names or the history of the Alpine Club.