The Museum Gais is home to the print collection founded in 1972. Prints and watercolours depict scenes of the village between 1750 and 1900, when the «whey cure» was at the height of its popularity and Gais well known.
Many of the hundred-plus works were used to illustrate travelogues and history books, while the larger works were mainly sold to guests. Today, they are an eloquent witness to the village's development through the years.
Special exhibitions focus on themes relating to Gais.