A bunker in Moso in Passiria, part of the MuseumPasseier, indicates protective measures of former times.
The Bunker Mooseum is located in Moso in Passiria, at the road to Passo del Rombo (2,474 m a.s.l.). The bunker, which has been hewn in stone, was meant to protect from assaults of the enemy coming from north in WWII. Even if Hitler and Mussolini made a friendship pact, this agreement has never been that deep that they could not think themselves safe. Nevertheless the bunker has never been used.
The Bunker Mooseum provides information about mining and the highest located mine of Europe, Monteneve, its road to success and its situation before closure. This mine at the head of Val Passiria today is a popular museum, the Monteneve Mining Museum. Moreover you can gather information about Ice Age, the beginning of life and much more. The village of Moso in Passiria is presented in its original state and also in the present day situation.
Also the largest nature park of South Tyrol, which is the Gruppo di Tessa Nature Park, is one of the topics in the Mooseum. By the way, the ibex, which is the symbol of this nature park, is presented live in a compound. A museum which, in a symbolic way, is able to impress visitors from north and south!
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€ 6.00 adults, young people (15-18 years)
€ 5.00 locals, adults with guest card
€ 5.00 seniors 60+, people with disabilities
€ 4.00 groups (min. 10 people)
€ 3.50 children and young people (6-14 years), students
€ 3.00 school classes (6-19 years)
€ 12.00 family ticket
free for children under 6 years and for kids with Abo+
€ 10.00 combo ticket Bunker Mooseum + MuseumPasseier (adults)
€ 23.00 combo ticket Bunker Mooseum + MuseumPasseier (family)
surcharge ibex feeding (on request): € 2.00 per person
Mouth and nose protection and sturdy shoes needed (in case of rain also rain protection). Guided tours for groups and pedagogical offers for school classes on request.