MESSNER MOUNTAIN MUSEUM – CORONES
Architecture x Museum x Landscape
The newest museum of the six Messner Mountain Museums is located on the peak of the 2275 m high Plan de Corones. This museum distinguishes itself from the others by its unique construction which was designed by the well-known British architect Zaha Hadid.
The interior is dedicated to the traditional alpinism and was composed by Reinhold Messner himself. The highlight of the museum is for sure the impressive panoramic view at the surrounding Dolomites, the main alpine ridge and even to the Ortles.
You can reach the museum via cableway from Riscone, Valdaora and the Furcia Pass. Alternatively, you can make a walk up to the Plan de Corones. Or, you use your car or the public transport.