In rural life, and especially in the times of alpine farming, craftsmanship once played an important role. Many of the working techniques used have changed in the course of motorization, even if they have not disappeared at all. The exhibition presents historical forms of woodworking with various applications as well as hay drawing. The processing of wool was also of great importance in alpine life.
- Admission free. Donations are welcome for the preservation of the Alpmuseum.
- Exhibition location: Alpine museum “Uf’m Tannberg", on the Alpe Batzen
- Accessibility: The Alpe Batzen is easily accessible via an easy (family) hike from both Warth and Schröcken.
From Warth: From the Hochtannberg Pass via Kalbelesee to Körbersee - on to Alpe Batzen (approx. 1,5h)
From Schröcken: From the Heimboden parcel (church) via the old road towards Felle Alpe and on to Alpe Batzen (approx. 1h)
- Next bus stop: Schröcken Heimboden or Hochkrumbach Saloberlifte
- Open: Summer only