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Swarovski Crystal Worlds

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Activity Schedule

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  • Duration

    2 HOURS

  • Start time

    • Start time: 10:00, Finish time: 19:00

  • Meeting Point
    • Kristallweltenstraße 1
    Innsbruck, Austria, 6112
  • Ending Point

Key Highlights

  • 17 underground chambers
  • 800,000 hand-mounted crystals
  • Spacious park full of surprises
  • Café and restaurants in the gardens


Enter the sparkling world of Swarovski, and see the magical park they’ve created to celebrate more than 100 years in the jewelry business. Designed by Austrian artist André Heller, the park showcases the incredible talent of Swarovski's crystal makers through the work of global artists who have created attractions for the park.

See the sparkle of the black mirror pool where 800,000 crystals dangle above, catching the daylight and dancing on the reflection of the water below. Walking beneath the structure is dreamlike, but once you leave you don't wake up – the park continues to amaze visitors with its crystalline structures and the fairytale backdrop of the Alps.

Kids can explore a play tower, run through a hedge maze, and ride a carousel that would look at home in the palace of any make-believe kingdom. Adults can join in on the fun too, then marvel at the beauty of the Alps from an observation deck or even explore Roman ruins on the site.

The highlight of any visit to the park, though, is The Giant. Carved into a hillside, a waterfall runs from the giant's mouth and hides an entrance to the Chambers of Wonder. Inside, visitors will find 17 rooms with unique installations created by leading artists from around the world. The Chandelier of Grief is one of the main highlights – you can step inside a mirror-lined room with a revolving crystal chandelier that creates haunting shadows and unique light displays. Another sparkling sensation is the newly interpreted chamber “Silent Light”, a poetic installation with real snow and temperatures as low as -10° Celsius.

Audioguide in German, English, Italian, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Dutch, Chinese, Korean – for an additional cost


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