The inhabitants of the village of Nassereith celebrate the ‘Fasnacht’ carnival every three years. At the end of the Fasnacht celebration, after the church bells have summoned to prayer in the evening, the masks disappear for a further three years. If you don’t want to wait that long, then you can see some of them in the ‘Fasnachtshaus’ carnival museum in Nassereith. Here the colourful world of ‘Schellerlaufen’ and co. is on the agenda every Friday. Visitors can marvel at the vibrantly coloured costumes, the elaborate wooden masks created by renowned local artists and the fascinating ancient traditions. Modern film technology brings this rich and lively custom to life, almost giving visitors the feeling of actually being there in the thick of it all. In September 2012 the ‘Nassereither Schellerlaufen’ was added to the UNESCO list of ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage’.