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Right next to the idyllic restaurant Ropferstub'm there is also a small mountain farm museum. Around 70 collector's items from the 19th and 20th centuries become contemporary witnesses in the so-called "Tenne", telling the stories of our ancestors and providing insights into mountain farming life. Historical tools and implements from agriculture, forestry, iron processing and the household show in a fascinating way how demanding and dispensable daily life was at 1,200 metres above sea level. In addition, you can also learn some exciting stories from the times of the smugglers at the Ropferstub'm in the Mountain Farm Museum.

In addition, the short film "Mountain Farming in the Ötztal" is shown daily from 2:30 p.m. (except when the Ropferstub'm is closed) by appointment.

The fantastic view that you can enjoy from the sun terrace over the Inntal valley, the children's playground and the Kneipp facility make the Roperfstub'm with its mountain farm museum a great destination for the whole family. Open from mid-May to mid-October and mid-December until the end of the season.

Voluntary donations for the upkeep of the mountain farm museum are welcome.