The rural mountain village of Mittenwald rests along the Isar River at the border of Austria and Germany. Known as "The Village of a Thousand Violins," it has been ranked on multiple sites as one of the most authentic and scenic small towns in Europe. The Klotz family of violin makers, dating back to the 17th century, has made this medieval market town renowned for the craft. Today, there is an institution and museum located in Mittenwald dedicated to the continuing practice of this tradition. Please join us on our picturesque excursion as we learn about the history of the local Luftlmalerei paintings, the significance of trade to the local economy, the 2015 G7 Summit, and much more!
Lunch will be enjoyed at the local Mittenwald microbrewery.
Winter 2019 Tour
November 1, 2019 — April 30, 2020
Friday from 1100 to 1700
Adults (15 & up) $35
Children (5-14) $20
Infants (0-4) $15