The Customs Museum
The Customs Museum in Coccau is the only example of a museum dedicated to customs and the history of the Austrian-Italian border. Indeed, Coccau was the most important border crossing after the Brenner Pass. In this museum, the concrete result of a cross-border Interreg project with the municipality of Arnoldstein (Austria), people can see the evolution of the history of borders and customs, from Roman times to the present day, passing through the Napoleonic era and the two world wars.
In its various rooms, the museum presents numerous historical testimonies of the history of the pass, such as relics, photographs, uniforms and videos.
In the museum spaces there is also an infopoint with information material available for tourists crossing the border between Italy and Austria.
The museum is open from November to May by appointment (contact by telephone), while in summer it is open every day.