Opening

of the special exhibition "Tischkultur der Kaiserjäger. Celebrating at the Bergisel

The Kaiserjäger invite you to the table

Drinking glasses, silver cutlery and porcelain, neatly laid out at a long table: who might have dined here besides the hosts and landlords, the Tyrolean Kaiserjäger? What was there to eat, what to drink? How was the feast celebrated?

The exhibition “Table Culture of the Kaiserj√§ger” is dedicated to the festivities and celebrations at the Bergisel. Both smaller gatherings and pompous festivities, such as the emperor’s birthday, rarely did without an extensive dinner. Even then, the more important the occasion, the more elegant the menu. Today, crockery and cutlery, historical photos and documents give an idea of the meetings of the emperor’s huntsmen, which can be regarded as representative of the celebratory culture of the middle classes around 1900. Similar to the previous exhibition on the Biedermeier period, the thematic focus of the exhibition once again turns away from the military background of the Kaiserj√§ger towards social life at the Bergisel.

Welcome
Karl C. Berger, Director of the Tyrolean Regional Museums

About the exhibition
Ewald Krauss, curator of the exhibition

Opening
Sonia Buchroithner, Director Tirol Panorama with Kaiserjägermuseum

Afterwards we invite you to a small buffet in the Kaiserjägermuseum.

Text translated with DeepL

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