16/12/2020

Museion’s New Mission takes shapes

Museion has a new, ambitious mission and today it can already reveal a number of concrete actions it is embarking on to achieve its goals. Under […]
11/12/2020

Piccolo Museion – CUBO Garutti: Cristian Chironi, “Picnic”

Cristian Chironi (b. Nuoro, 1974. Lives and works in Bologna) has lived his residency period in Bolzano in the same spirit as a picnic, where you […]
09/10/2020

Sonia Leimer, “Space Junk”

Opening 09.10.2020, 7pm   10.10.2020 – 31.01.2021 The starting point for Sonia Leimer’s art is her research on objects and materials with a cultural, social, historical or […]
11/09/2020

“WALKING. Movements North of Bolzano” – The Collection of Erling Kagge

Museion opens its Autumn season with an exhibition featuring the collection of the famous explorer Erling Kagge “WALKING. Movements North of Bolzano” Opening: Friday 11th September […]
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18/11/2020

Bulletin 02: movement and borders

Over the ages, artists have reminded us frequently that the red lines we draw over our geographical, cultural and mental maps are never set in stone, […]
18/11/2020

Between the Fluid Borders of Nature: Elena Bini talks about Karl Unterfrauner’s Neophyten project

Any area left uncultivated or overgrown with what we call weeds may become a place and element of ecological change. Such a area may also stimulate […]
18/11/2020

A border becomes a painted line: Christiane Rekade talks about Red Line by Gianni Pettena

One could say that borders have a special significance in the life and work of Gianni Pettena. Never representing restrictions or limitations, they exist more in […]
18/11/2020

Bolzano Drive: Logbook by Lucas Da Tos Villalba

Logbook. 3 October 2020 The time now is 19.23 several hours have passed since I got out of the chameleon car driven by Christian. I am […]

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07/01/2021

Museion pays tribute to Sven Sachsalber

Museion pays tribute with a special podcast to the South Tyrolean artist, Sven Sachsalber (Laces, Val Venosta 1987-2020), who died prematurely last December. Mara Lea Hohn, […]
18/12/2020

In memory of Sven Sachsalber

A strong relation is a video made in 2013 by Sven Sachsalber. The image is a circular movement that revolves around the artist who is standing […]
18/12/2020

The five worlds of Matt Mullican

Thinking in images or thinking in words, the meaning of signs in our mind, between rationality and emotion: Matt Mullican explains his “cosmology”. Watch the video
18/12/2020

Matt Mullican, “102 Signs for a Museum Fence”

The work 102 Signs for a Museum Fence was created in 2006 for the fence around the construction site of the new Museion building, to inform […]
17/12/2020

The Museion shop reopens

From Thursday 17th December the Museion shop will be open again at the following times: Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm. On Thursday […]
16/12/2020

Museion’s New Mission takes shapes

Museion has a new, ambitious mission and today it can already reveal a number of concrete actions it is embarking on to achieve its goals. Under […]
09/11/2020

The Museion Media Façade lights up with the “Paralyzed” video by the artist Klara Lidén

The Museion Media Façade lights up with the “Paralyzed” video by the artist Klara Lidén, that is part of the Kagge Collection exhibition. The screening will […]
30/10/2020

Museion will remain closed

Museion will remain closed, in line with the latest government instructions regarding the current risk from Coronavirus (Covid-19). Latest update 30.10.2020

How to find us

The railway station of Bolzano is close to the center. From there it takes about 15 minutes by foot to the museum. Information about train times: www.trenitalia.com Train timetable Deutsche Bahn (D) www.bahn.de Train timetable ÖBB (A) www.oebb.at Train timetable SBB (CH) www.sbb.ch
Almost all the buses which leave from outside the railway station stop near the museum. If you come into the old part of town by public bus, exit at Dominikanerplatz - It's then only a couple of minutes to Museion. For routes outside of the city, information can be found at www.sii.bz.it
The Airport Bolzano Dolomiti is located in the south of Bolzano. Buses 10B and 10A connect the airport with the centre of the city, the next bus stop can be found in 600 mt walking distance. Other airports nearby Airport Innsbruck (120 km) Airport Verona Villafranca (150 km) Airport Orio al Serio - Bergamo (180 km) Airport Treviso (150 km)
Bolzano can easily be reached from either the north or the south by the SS12 and the motorway A-22 Brenner-Modena (for which one must pay). From Passo Resia/Reschenpass you can get to Bolzano by the SS38 and by the faster road "MeBo (Meran–Bozen)" Itinerary
The museum offers no parking for cars or coaches. All the car parks indicated on the city map charge fees for parking. Museion has a handicapped parking lot for two cars in close vicinity to the entrance (access from via Dante).
Visitors to Museion an check prices and availability of accommodation nearby a HotelsCombined.it.

Opening hours

Museion will remain closed, in line with the latest government instructions regarding the current risk from Coronavirus (Covid-19)
Museion will remain closed, in line with the latest government instructions regarding the current risk from Coronavirus (Covid-19)
Every Thursday 6pm - 10pm
Admission fees

Euro 7,00 adults
Euro 3,50 reduced (students, disabled people, over 60, Guest Card, FAI, etc.)

Free admission

For everyone, every thursday, from 6pm - 10pm

Children up to 18 years
Students of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Friends of Museion, ICOM, MuseumMobilCard


Guided tours

Euro 60,00, 60 minutes guided tour for adults (reservation required, max. 25 participants)
Euro 80,00, 90 minutes workshop for adults (reservation required, min. 6 - max. 15 participants)

Euro 2,00 p.p. Students of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano