Sacred art from the late Gothic period and archaeological findings from the Peterbühl hill are on display in Fiè allo Sciliar
Image gallery: Parish Museum and Museum of Archaeology of Fiè
If you are interested in religion and sacred art you might want to visit the St. Michael Parish Museum of Fiè allo Sciliar (Völs am Schlern). You find it on the upper floor of the former cemetery chapel dedicated to St. Michael, which was renovated in the years between 1978 and 1980. Opened in 1980, the Parish Museum hosts sacred pieces of art mainly found in the surrounding churches and chapels. Most of them feature late Gothic-style elements.
An item of special value is the late Gothic winged altar from the St. Peter by the Hill Church. The altar shows the apostle Peter as pope between John the Evangelist and John the Baptist. On the ground floor of the Romanesque St. Michael Chapel the archaeological findings from the Peterbühl hill are on display. Every Thursday there's a guided tour.
- Cappella di S. Michele / St. Michaelskapelle - 39050 - Fiè allo Sciliar / Völs am Schlern
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The Parish and Archaeological Museum is accessible only during a guided tour: June to October, Thursdays at 10.30 am. Season closure in winter and in spring (November to May).