All Messner Mountain Museums are currently closed.
The museum office is temporarily only available via e-mail: email@example.com
We thank you for your understanding and look forward to your request!
Opening hours & price of admission
MMM Corones is open from the first Saturday of June to the second Sunday of October and from the end of November to mid-April (corresponding to the opening hours of the ropeways). 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Last admission at 3.30 p.m. | Open seven days a week
Winter season 2020/2021: from 28th November 2020 to 15th April 2021
Attention: The museum will remain closed until further notice due to Corona regulations!
Price of admission
|Children aged 6 – 14||€ 4,00|
|Senior citizens (65 and above)||€ 8,50|
|Family ticket||€ 22,00|
|Groups (15 people or more)||€ 8,50/person|
|School classes||€ 4,00/person|
|People with disabilities||€ 8,50|
|with Geo-Card||2 tickets for the price of 1|
cablecar Reischach/Riscone & MMM Corones & Lumen – adults 36€, senior 34€, junior 9-15 years 18€
cablecar Passo Furcia/Furkelpass & MMM Corones & Lumen – adults 32€, junior 9-16 years 18€
The MMM Tour-Ticket is a combined ticket for one visit each to Firmian, Juval, Ortles, Ripa, Dolomites and Corones. The ticket is valid for one year from the date of issue and is available at all Messner Mountain Museums.
|Price||€ 40,00||€ 35,00||€ 90,00||€ 15,00|
*students, seniors, groups, disabled people
Guided tours & important information
The museum is a mirror of the world of Messner’s childhood with the Geisler peaks and the central buttress of the Heiligkreuzkofel (the most difficult climb of his life). The subterranean museum building shows the development of modern climbing; how mountain climbers gradually dared to approach the great mountain faces; how they continuously looked for new and bigger challenges; the 250 years of progress with regard to equipment; triumphs and tragedies, great successes and deadly defeats on the world’s most famous peaks – the Matterhorn, Cerro Torre, K2 – and the depiction of this activity, however contradictory it may seem.
Introductory talks are available for groups and school classes on request.
For further information and group bookings: +39 0474 501350 (Telephone contact currently only possible via MMM Ripa: 0474 410220) | E-Mail
- Stout footwear is essential.
- The circular walk of the museum is suitable for handicapped persons.
- Rucksacks and hiking poles are not permitted.
- Radios and music are not permitted. Please switch off your mobile.
- No smoking
- Dogs are not allowed in the museum.
- Photographs can be taken only in the courtyards.
- Payment only in cash.
How to get there & contact
How to get there
By car: Brenner-Modena Motorway (A22), exit at Brixen and follow the SS49 Pustertal road to Bruneck, Olang or St.Vigil.
Venice-Belluno Motorway (A27), exit at Toblach and follow the SS49 Pustertal road to Bruneck, Olang or St. Vigil.
Once you arrive take the cableway to the peak of Mount Kronplatz. In summer the cablecar of Olang/Valdaora will be closed.
By rail: International train services to Franzensfeste and Percha/Kronplatz (only in winter); from the station take the cableway to the peak of Mount Kronplatz.
Airports: Bozen, Innsbruck
For Information about the ropeways: www.kronplatz.com
The Museum can be reached also on foot:
Starting point San Vigilio di Marebbe: From San Vigilio to passo Furcia (signpost nr.1), then follow the military trail to the top. Alternative path: shortcut passing by the mountain refuges Panorama and Graziani.
Starting point Olang, valley station of the ropeway: Follow the path Nr 3 to reach the peak of Mount Kronplatz.
Starting point Reischach, valley station of the ropeway: Follow the path Nr 6 to reach the peak of Mount Kronplatz – Duration 4/5h
Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
I-39030 Enneberg/Pieve di Marebbe (BZ)
Tel. +39 0474 501350