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The Thöny homestead remains frozen in time, just as Reverend Valentin Thöny left it in the 1960s. This award-wining museum gives you a glimpse of what a farmer’s life used to be like in days of old.
This traditional Walser-style house which tells a family’s history houses temporary exhibitions and gives access to the data stored in the local community archives.
The local history exhibition at the fire station shows how Lech developed from a mountain village to an international ski resort. Also included: information about the history of skiing, traditional costume display.
Porcelain head dolls, celluloid and papier-mâché dolls, toy shops, dolls homes and kitchens ... The Doll Museum in Blons is a lovingly and painstakingly compiled collection of dolls dating from 1860–1960.
A lot of dedication has gone into the compilation of the not-to-miss collection of daily chattels, national costumes etc. of former times. The Grosses Walsertal local museum regularly accommodates special exhibitions, e.g. as part of the biannual Walserherbst festival of culture. Groups with children are highly recommended to visit the educational museum programme.
The Kunsthaus Bregenz (KUB) is one of the leading exhibition halls for contemporary art in Europe. From 2010 onward, the KUB will move to the countryside. Antony Gormley, a leading contemporary sculptor from Great Britain, will place 100 life-size iron casts of a human body in the mountain scenery of Vorarlberg.