Museum St. Anton am Arlberg


The museum of St. Anton am Arlberg is more than just a classical museum. It is a place where you can gather new strength. In the midst of a unique Alpine park landscape lies rather unexpectedly a historical gem - Villa Trier which was built more than 100 years ago. Today the villa is not only a place where one can relive the history of St. Anton but also a meeting place where you can enjoy culinary delights in the villa’s own restaurant.
The museum of St. Anton am Arlberg is housed in “Villa Trier” which the German industrialist commissioned to be built around the year 1910 according to the plans drawn by Hanns Kornberger. During the 20th century this exclusive villa went through the hands of different owners and residents until 1971 when it came into the possession of the municipality and the tourism association. Together with its designated park, the museum provides a picturesque setting for conveying the history of St. Anton. While guests can enjoy the culinary delights in the ground floor, the permanent exhibition and the rotating special exhibitions on the first floor offer interesting insights into important aspects of the history of St. Anton am Arlberg.


You can find more information about this museum and the associated restaurant here.