MMM Corones - Lumen - Alpinn - Two museums and a restaurant on the summit plateau of Kronplatz
At MMM Corones everything focuses on traditional alpinism, which was decisively influenced by Reinhold Messner. In the unique museum building with its parametric forms, created by Zaha Hadid, the focus is on the view of the mountain peaks encircling Kronplatz.
The Lumen is dedicated to mountain photography. The permanent exhibition and temporary exhibitions deal with the history of mountain photography, with the artistic-poetic exploration of the atmosphere of the mountains, but also with the commercial use of the mountains as an advertising medium.
At Alpinn, chef Norbert Niederkofler's "Cook the Mountain" concept attempts to link mountain culture and tradition with cuisine and gastronomy from around the world. This symbiosis can contribute to global, sustainable growth and provide the impetus for a new economic-social development that considers all aspects of the close interrelationship between product, producer and consumer.
Where is MMM Corones, the Lumen and the Alpinn located?
The two museums and the restaurant are located on the summit plateau of Kronplatz. Accessible by cable car, summer and winter, from Valdaora, the Furkel Pass or from Reischach.
What is the distance to Kronplatz and what are the ascent possibilities?
The closest is the valley station Olang/ Gassl, which can be reached in 25 by car.
Alternatively, you can also drive to Furkelpass by car and from there take the Ruis cable car to Kronplatz. From here to the Furkelpass it takes about 45 minutes by car.
The third alternative is to go by car to the valley station Reischach, the distance there is about 42 minutes by car.
Where can I park?
No matter which cable car you want to use for the ascent to Kronplatz, there is a free parking lot in front of each cable car.
Can I have lunch at Kronplatz - Which restaurants are recommended?
We recommend to book a table at Alpinn - Food Space & Restaurant. If you can't get a seat there, there are plenty of alternatives in the immediate vicinity, such as the Corones Hütte, the Gipfel Restaurant or the Kron Restaurant.
When is the MMM Corones and the Lumen Museum open?
The MMM Corones and also the Lumen Museum are open from the first Saturday in June to the second Sunday in October and from the end of November to mid-April (according to the opening hours of the cable cars) from 10 am to 4 pm.
Last admission at 3.30 p.m. | No closing day
What is the entrance fee?
Messner Mountain Museum:
Adults: 10,00 Euro
Children 6-14 years: 4,00 Euro
Students: 8,50 Euro
Family ticket: 22,00 Euro
Adults: 17,00 Euro
Children 6-14 years: 10,00 Euro
Students: 12,00 Euro
Family ticket: 22,00 Euro
Only cable car Reischach and Olang up & downhill: adults 21,00 Euro, juniors: 10,50 Euro, children<8 free.
Only cable car Furkelpass Ruis up & downhill: adults 15,00 Euro, juniors: 10,00 Euro, children<8 free.
Combined ticket MMM Corones, Lumen and cable car
Cable car Reischach & MMM Corones & Lumen - adults 36,00 Euro, seniors 34,00 Euro, children 9-15 years 18,00 Euro.
Cable car Furkelpass & MMM Corones & Lumen - adults 32,00 Euro, children 9-15 years 18,00 Euro.
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