For such a small place, Naturno/Naturns boasts many amazing and unique sights. The modest St. Proculus Church is home to the oldest frescoes in the German-speaking world, while the accompanying Proculus Museum brings to life 1,500 years of history in Naturno, and also tells of the horrors of the plague. The Juval Castle is also well worth visiting. The summer residence of the famous extreme mountaineer Reinhold Messner hosts a museum dedicated to the topic of the "Myth of the Mountain" and leaves a lasting impression thanks to its outstanding collection of Tibetan art and artifacts, expedition cellar and the Messner library. Also worth seeing are the Texelgruppe Nature Park House and Moser Speckworld, a museum dedicated entirely to the favorite dish of South Tyroleans – bacon.
In the surroundings of Naturno you will also find a variety of exciting museums: the Messner Mountain Museums, Churburg Castle and the Venosta Valley Museum, as well as the medieval town center of Glorenza/Glurns. Experience the age and lifestyle of the famous ice man Ötzi in the ArcheoParc in Schnalstal Valley, or look directly into the eyes of the mummy himself at the South Tyrol Museum of Archeology in Bolzano/Bozen.