Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Swarovski Kristallwelten

I've never seen so many crystals in one place, it's like a small paradise where everything sparkles.. just the way I like it and those who know me .. know what am I talking about :)
What's the best activity to do on a rainy day? Beside staying in bed all day cuddling and watching movies? Something you can do indoor and won't make you catch a cold - going to a museum ..
Yeah, right.. I don't like museums that much but when it comes to sparkles.. ohh I so can make this 'sacrifice' . Swarovski Kristallwelten – a sparkling fantasy ...
Crystals are all over the museum.. right at the entrance of the museum there's a fountain
Inside the museum there's a wall made of crystals and in the center of the room there's a HUGE crystal. It is the biggest crystal in the world, it weights 310.000 carats 

Crystal Dome - seems like you're inside a huge crystal where lights and reflexes come from the 595 mirrors
Crystal Caligraphy
The Ice Passage - a long hall with a wall 42m long and 11m high made of crystals. The floor looks like ice and when you step it seems that you're breaking the ice - very creative.
Poseidon's Puzzle it's a wonderful waved tunnel which reflects underwater life.

 Crystal Stage:
Swarovski Cafè-Terra which I would avoid . I don't think the coffee is also made of Swarovski...

It's an interesting museum. Beautiful, creative and sparkling. Definitely worth a visit .. Unfortunately the park was closed, it was under construction ...In may 2015 they should have open it... so you probably will see many other new things .

10 comments:

  1. I love swarovski crystals - what a fascinating museum experience!

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  2. I never knew there was a whole museum dedicated to the beautiful jewels! But where is it exactly? (sorry can't seem to find it in your article)

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    1. Oh sorry, I used to have a map on the rght side of the blog with the location...wich it's not there anymore.. It's in Wattens, Austria... near Inssbruck

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  3. Oh wow, so sparkly! Did you get any free souvenirs?! :) That crystal is massive by the way, I wonder how much it weighs! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. uhm,no unfortunately there's nothing free in there))))

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  4. I never knew there was a museum for Swarovski, but I am not surprised. Very beautiful.

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  5. I have driven by this many times but never have gone in. Next time i am in Innsbruck I will try to get in.

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    1. I think it's worth one visit especially if you're driving by ;)

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  6. Wow, more sparkles than I've probably ever seen in one place, for sure. I'm not much into museums either, but this one might make the list.

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    1. it's one of the few museums I actually liked *blushing*

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