A museum is entirely dedicated to the very famous South Tyrolean music group: the Kastelruther Spatzen Museum
The Kastelruther Spatzen received lots of awards and prizes. In order to show the trophies and souvenirs to the numerous fans, the trumpeter of the group, Walter Mauroner, had a special idea: he created a museum dedicated to the successful history of the band, the Kastelruther Spatzen Museum.
The small museum is situated in Via Dolomiti 21a, in the basement of the fanshop "Spatzenladen" and comprises seven rooms, each of them dedicated to a different theme, as "The beginnings" or "Gold: the 100th". The decoration and the furniture date back to the 18th century.
But the museum does not expose just awards. There are also original fan gifts and the Castelrotto honorary citizenship certificate conferred to the musicians. A highlight in the museum is the "Diamond Trophy", a 2008-prize for 15 millions of sold records!
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€ 2.00 (will be refunded for purchases over € 5.00)
The opening hours of the museum correspond to the ones of the "Kastelruther Spatzen" Shop: Both stay open all year round, closed on Sundays and public holidays.