Axams is a municipality in the district of Innsbruck Land in Tirol with 6018 population. The municipality is located in the judicial district of Innsbruck. Already within the middle of the 10th century, the first written mention of the area. Around 1330, the Michaelskapelle and the Widumskapelle are being built. From 1359 till 1803, the Axamer parish of the Brixen cathedral provost is subordinate. In 1462, the Kloster Frauenchiemsee presents a new village device. Between 1491 and 1498 the parish church of Axams changed into built. Florian Waldauf receives in 1497 the landlords right to Axams. In the coming years, Maximilian I frequently visits the village to hunt in the area. In 1527, the life of a faculty is referred to for the primary time.
In 1574, the Axamer Lizum involves the Reichenauer Hof. Since 1603, baptism books were used in the parish. 1626 to 1633, the parish church and the Michaelskapelle be renovated, soon after, in 1635, the Linden Chapel is built. In 1672, the Axamer Lizum falls to the Counts of Spaur. 1732 to 1734, the parish church is rebuilt once more by the pastor Anton Burglechner. Around 1785 a schoolhouse is built.