Culture & Tradition
Culture and tradition play an important role in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. And holidays guests are always more than welcome to take part in the customs and festivities at the seven towns of the region. Unique event highlights and a diverse list of cultural offers invite you to experience traditional Tyrolean entertainment. What’s more, many museums and churches let you go on an exciting journey through the region’s history.
Event highlights in the region
If you’d like to celebrate the customs and traditions of the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena alongside locals, that’s just what you can do at several special events. Watching lavishly decorated animals as they return from their pastures, the eerily beautiful costumes of the “Krampusse”, or the extravagant masks of the “Einscheller”: There’s a lot to see and marvel at year-round. Another one of these cultural highlights are the breathtaking mountain fires – possibly the most popular event on the Tyrolean side of the Zugspitze.
Tyrolean evenings & theatre performances
The Tyrolean evenings in Ehrwald and Lermoos are a traditional and atmospheric experience. Visitors get to look forward to convivial hours with lots of dance, singing and delicious food. As an alternative to the Tyrolean evenings, the local theatre performances impress visitors with both traditional and modern entertainment. Have a look at the various cultural offers right away!
Museums & churches
The majestic Zugspitze is an integral part of the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena’s name –and of course, it’s among the region’s most important attractions. If you’d like to find out more about the Zugspitze’s eventful history, you can do so in an interactive way at the Fascination Zugspitze Experiential World at almost 3,000 metres above sea level.
Did you know that the guild church in Bichlbach is the only one of its kind in Austria? And if you’re already in the area, you should also visit the guild museum. To find out how today’s “MOHR life resort” became the famous hotel it is today, you might want to stop by at the “3 Mohren Museum”.
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