It is an underground museum located inside a hill and consists of 14 rooms laid out to give the impression of entering into a mine. When you reach the final room there is the gift shop, all figures or jewelry are made with Swarovski crystal. If you have extra time in Innsbruck it's worth the visit.
The Tirol Panorama in a museum within another museum, the Tiroler Landesmuseen. In it is a giant circular mural of over 1,000 square meters that moved there in September 2010. It is the main museum display. This panoramic painting was created in 1881 and represents the 3rd Battle of Bergisel between French Napoleonic troops and the rebels led by Andreas Hofer Tyrolean who managed to defeat the French. It has so many details that it is even shown in the painting the time when it took place, 5 o'clock in the afternoon. There are also nineteenth century developments such as telegraph poles, roads and railway carriages etc.
The farm museum Kramsach (in Tyrol) is an outdoor museum which sits in an area of 8 hectares, and includes farms throughout Austria. These buildings are in mint condition and include the ancient traditions of the old life. They have an old bread oven, a school, a former hardware store etc. If you walk for more than 1 hour in this place you will begin to live some of the memories among the older generations and young people of how people used to live.