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Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum

Europe's highest Motorcycle Museum

Reopening on 18 November 2021!

The motorcycle museum was completely destroyed by a major fire in January 2021. The unique private collection fell victim to the flames. The reconstruction not only expanded and renewed the lost collection, but also the entire concept of the museum. The Motorcycle Museum at Top Mountain Crosspoint in Hochgurgl is an absolute “must-see”! While motorcycle fans are getting ready to conquer the dreamlike route over Timmelsjoch Pass, the exhibition takes you into the world of historical motorbikes. Not only passionate vintage motorcycle fans get into raptures in Europe's highest motorcycle museum. Even those who have nothing to do with motorbikes will be delighted by the interplay of architecture and exhibits.

Motorized Passion

Fascinating motorcycles & a real classic car experience

Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum

Over 500 vintage motorcycles from more than 150 different manufacturers as well as some rare automobiles tell their story on 4500 m². In addition to motorcycles from around the globe, visitors are also noticeably brought closer to the motor experience itself. The 4D cinema lets the "wind" blow through your hair and the "Sound of Motorbikes" makes you feel like a racing biker at full throttle on the home straight. To mention just two of the many new features. Is there even more? Yes, of course! As if one of the most extensive and precious collections in Austria and the varied activity stations were not enough, special theme exhibitions are regularly presented. Fascinating motorcycles and a real classic car experience await you.

The twin brothers Alban and Attila Scheiber built the motorcycle museum. They are known as hoteliers, ski school operators, mountain lift operators and owners of the Timmelsjoch High Alpine Road. And most of all, they are passionate about motorcycles. This passion has adequate space in the Motorcycle Museum - they look very much forward to many interested visitors.

Admission fee: € 15.00 per person

Special tip: Holders of the Ötztal Inside Summer Card enjoy free admission in the summer months.

Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum Hochgurgl

Perceptible Motor Experience

4D Cinema


Experience a motorbike tour for "real" with or without a motorcycle license. Five different simulations on the latest KTM motorcycles, including wind effects, will take you on a simulated ride on a mountain pass road.

Motor Wall


An oversized LED digital surface impressively presents the surrounding region and Timmelsjoch Pass through several images, videos, animations and transmissions of all kinds.

Motorbike Insights


The media table clearly explains what happens under the bonnet. The differences between two-stroke and four-stroke engines and all mechanisms that are responsible for a well-functioning engine are presented in a virtual and acoustically exciting way.

Sound of Motorbikes


Get on the motorcycle, start, accelerate and you will experience the real "sound of motorbikes". With the help of the latest technology, an authentic sound is simulated through vibrations. Certainly, a true highlight: the MotoGP winning bike KTM is also available for this adventure.

Vehicles around the World


A media production in a class of its own shows special vehicles from all over the world on 65 inch displays that are hanging freely in the room.

Restaurant at Top Mountain Crosspoint

To round off your visit to the museum, we strongly recommend stopping off at the excellent restaurant with table service right next door. Lots of wood, a little steel and a cozy open fire characterize the spacious and modern Alpine ambience. The kitchen team relies uncompromisingly on fresh, regional ingredients in order to spoil all guests with authentic dishes from Austria and Italy as well as seasonal specialties from North and South Tyrol.