BRINGING HISTORY TO LIFE
Welcome to the Museum of St. Anton am Arlberg. Telling the rich and varied heritage of St. Anton, this place goes beyond a traditional history museum experience—in fact, it is also a place where history was written. Situated among charming Alpine parklands, the building itself is more than 100 years old and is an architectural jewel in St. Anton’s crown. From the moment you walk through the carved wooden doors of Villa Trier, it is hard to tell which is more awe-inspiring—the building or its contents. Learn about the history of St. Anton and dine on locally sourced dishes in the inviting and intimate restaurant on the ground floor.
We look forward to your visit!
There’s always something happening at the Museum. We offer permanent and changing exhibits related to the history of St. Anton, along with exhibitions of local artists and theater performances.
Built circa 1910, Villa Trier has been open to the public as a museum of St. Anton’s past for 30 years. Its permanent collection highlights the rich heritage of St. Anton from the Middle Ages to today.
We regularly produce brochures and folders (which can be downloaded as well) and other publications related to our Museum and history.
Historical Papers & Documents Archives
With our archival facilities, it is our goal to be the central repository of all archival material relating to St. Anton. We welcome additions of papers or photographs to this collection.
Friends & Supporters
Founded in 2008, ‘Friends & Supporters’ of the St. Anton Museum is a member supported non-profit organization dedicated to collecting, preserving, and sharing the rich heritage of St. Anton.