We have listed 5 tips here that include sights and interesting places in Hall and the surrounding area.
Tunnels, shafts, drilling machine, slide - the miniature salt mine in the middle of the city. The museum shows the "inner life" of the disused mine in Halltal. Guided tours all year round on Mon, Thu and Sat 11.30 am. No booking required. Guided tours are possible at any time on request. See website for details and ticket sales.
The short-term king of Bohemia, Count Heinrich von Görz-Tirol (1295-1335) also called his town castle in Hall "Königshaus". The Ratsstube (1451) is particularly worth seeing. The historic Ratsstube has a unique timber frame and is still used today for municipal meetings. It is also a very popular location for weddings. Visits are possible during the office hours of Stadt-Amts Hall.
The church, first consecrated in 1281, was constantly expanded as the village grew. The late Gothic hall church was completed around 1430. The original pointed Gothic tower (1345) broke off in the earthquake of 1670. It was later replaced by a Baroque onion-shaped tower. Over the years, several extensions followed because the church became too small. In the 18th century, the entire interior was baroqueised. Next to the parish church is another small chapel - the Magdalen Chapel. There are interesting frescoes from the 14th and 15th centuries. The chapel used to serve as a cemetery chapel.
Tip: Guided tours of the town every Monday, Thursday and Saturday at 10:00 am all year round. Meeting point at the Hall Tourist Office (Unterer Stadtplatz 19, 6060 Hall in Tirol), price: € 6 for adults, € 5 for children.
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