Here are the people with whom you will interact at the archeoParc:

Director
Education
Visitor service
Bookshop
Cafeteria
Other

 


Johanna Niederkofler

archeoParc Schnalstal, photo: Peter Santer

Johanna Niederkofler

Museum Director
E-Mail Phone

Johanna Niederkofler is the leading force of the archeoParc team. Born in Bressanone, she studied art history and classical archaeology in Salzburg and Bologna. Before she came to us, she was active in youth work and museum pedagogy. Incidentally, the bee colonies that can be seen near the rear exit are hers. Johanna has been with us since 2007.
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Favorite place: corner bench in the Arbonhaus
At the Café, likes: espresso
Can most likely be found here: somewhere in the house
Favorite hands-on activity: Grinding rings out of deer antlers

Simone Bacher

archeoParc Schnalstal, photo: Peter Santer

Simone Bacher

Assistant Director
E-Mail Phone

 


 

Ernst Gamper

archeoParc Schnalstal, photo: Peter Santer

Ernst Gamper

Education, didactic materials organization
Contact

Ernst Gamper is an honest-to-goodness Schnals Valley local: with his professional life, he can be found in the winter on the ski slopes and in the summer in the archeoParc. The passionate archer is the father of two grown children and, for the last few years, is a hobby fisherman. At the archeoParc, he is responsible for the participation program and materials organization. Ernst has been with us since 2008.

Favorite place: on the banks of the pond
At the Café, likes: gelato, gelato
Can most likely be found here: at the campfire
Favorite hands-on activity: shooting the bow and arrows

Maria Theresia Gamper

archeoParc Schnalstal, photo: Peter Santer

Maria Theresia Gamper

Education
Contact

Maria Theresia Gamper grew up at the spot with the best view of the events at the archeoParc: at the Gfallhof farm. She is a preschool teacher by training and worked in Verona before she came to us. With us, she guides groups and accompanies our daily participation program. She plays the flute and enjoys hiking in the mountains. Maria Theresia has been with us since 2013.

Favorite place: bench with the view of the Arbonhaus
At the Café, likes: “Mesolithic” herbal tea
Can most likely be found here: in the open-air area
Favorite hands-on activity: there are so many that she likes

Irene Egger

archeoParc Schnalstal, photo: Dario Ferroni

Irene Egger

Education
Contact

Irene Egger was born in Merano, studied Romance languages in Perugia, and will soon be familiar with every corner of this earth. She is the mama of Finn, and she enjoys writing and making music. She juggles and acts in theater. With us, she takes care of visitor tours and the daily participation program. She has been with us since 2009.

Favorite place: the big fireplace
At the Café, likes: the Irene Special Farmer’s Toast
Can most likely be found here: in the open-air area
Favorite hands-on activity: baking bread

Philipp Schraut

archeoParc Schnalstal, Simone Bacher

Philipp Schraut

Education
Contact

Gabriele Niedermair

archeoParc Schnalstal, photo: Peter Santer

Gabriele Niedermair

Education
Contact


 

Martha Pazeller

archeoParc Schnalstal, photo: Peter Santer

Martha Pazeller

Visitor service, bookshop
Contact

At the archeoParc, Martha Pazeller who is the first one to have the most to do with our guests: on the telephone, by e-mail, and at the counter. Have studied to be a salesperson, she is also the mother of two grown children. When she is not in the archeoParc, she is often to be found on the walking paths in the valley, and sometimes she is made up as an actress in the theater across from the Museum. Martha has been with us since 2002.

Favorite place: the bench next to the dogwood bush
At the Café, likes: cappuccino and a slice of Linzertorte with whipped cream
Can most likely be found here: at the reception area and in the bookshop
Favorite hands-on activity: retouching with flint

Hannelore Tumler

archeoParc Schnalstal, photo: Peter Santer

Hannelore Tumler

Cafeteria and visitor service
Contact

Hannelore Tumler takes care of quelling the hunger and thirst of employees and visitors for us in the Museum: she brews the coffee, toasts the bread, and serves up the orders at the table or to go. At events, she is responsible for the catering. She is the mother of two grown daughters, and it is no exaggeration to say that in addition to the mountain peaks of the valley, she also knows our Museum like the back of her hand. In fact, she is the one who has worked the longest of all of us at the archeoParc: Hannelore has been with us since there has been an archeoParc, since 2001.

Favorite place: terrace
At the Café, likes: latte macchiato
Can most likely be found here: at the Café
Favorite hands-on activity: sewing leather pouches

Magdalena Alber

archeoParc Schnalstal, photo:Peter Santer

Magdalena Alber

Visitor service
Contact


 

Siegmar Gamper

archeoParc Schnalstal, photo: Peter Santer

Siegmar Gamper

Building services, didactic materials organization
Contact

Siegmar Gamper knows every corner, every screw, every light bulb, every tree, every post, every thread, in short: everything about the archeoParc. Having studied electrical engineering and – we’re not sure whether there’s a connection here or not – being a passionate tinkerer, at home he builds models and for us he sets up the exhibits. Siegmar has been with us since 2009.

Favorite place: the garden
At the Café, likes: espresso macchiato
Can most likely be found here: in the workshop
Favorite hands-on activity: carving model bows

Elisabeth Weithaler

archeoParc Schnalstal, photo: Peter Santer

Elisabeth Weithaler

Cleaning
Contact

Elisabeth Weithaler is almost always in the archeoParc when no one else is there. She sees to it that we all feel good here in the building: those of us working here and you during your visit. She has a great passion for solving riddles and is the mother of two grown children. Elisabeth has been with us since 2013.

Favorite place: Museumscafé
At the Café, likes: latte macchiato
Can most likely be found here: anywhere in the building
Favorite hands-on activity: all of the thread weaving techniques.

Martha Pichler

archeoParc Schnalstal, photo: Peter Santer

Martha Pichler

Garden and transportation
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Stefan Hubauer

Garden
Contact

Norbert Sachsalber

archeoParc Schnalstal, photo: Peter Santer

Norbert Sachsalber

Transportation
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Guided Tours:

Johanna Niederkofler
Simone Bacher
Ernst Gamper
Gabriele Niedermair
Magdalena Alber
Elena Serina
Philipp Schraut
Antonietta Corbellini
Irene Egger
Maria Theresia Gamper
Annamaria Waldner
Susanne Platzgummer
Silvano Pergher
Evelyn Volpi
Tanja Montagner

 

and:

Silvano Perhger and Walter Rainer