Insight into the life of our ancestors as they lived as farmers and musicians around the year 1890. The functions of the Engadine farmhouse with its workrooms and utensils, which are still in their original condition, are explained.
In addition to the main exhibition on the way of life and culture of an agricultural Alpine region, the Lower Engadine Museum of Local History shows in the large library, among other things, the first Romanesque Bible translated in 1679 and printed in Scuol.
The artists' residence is located in the bathhouse of the former Grand Hotel Kurhaus Tarasp, built in 1913. Since 1988, this artists' residence has offered free space for focused creative work and personal retreat.