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Klostergasse 7, Innsbruck 6020 Austria
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Skip the Line: AUDIOVERSUM ScienceCenter - Entrance Ticket
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Skip the Line: AUDIOVERSUM ScienceCenter - Entrance Ticket

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Book ahead to visit Innsbruck’s Audioversum, the city’s renowned science center and interactive museum. You’ll explore the senses of wondering and listening as you browse collections of multimedia exhibits and temporary exhibitions. Fascinating for all the family, the museum opens up your mind to experiment with new ways of listening.
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Acineto wrote a review Mar 2020
Auckland Central, New Zealand15,451 contributions521 helpful votes
I came by the area since I saw the Basilica across the road from afar but actually had to cross the street to see this one. I quite liked the difference in architecture this place had with the really tall tower. The difference in colour is also quite striking. It was a nice place to look at but I didn't have time to go inside to take a closer look.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Sarah K wrote a review Oct 2019
Edmonton, Canada982 contributions120 helpful votes
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The black inside is very imposing, but still a wonderful church! You can see it for free from the entrance. But the gates were blocking off access when we went. The man at the desk said you have to pre-book tours and they're only in German.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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ronlawmusic wrote a review Aug 2018
Greater London, United Kingdom61 contributions13 helpful votes
A very different, but very good companion to its wonderful sister Basilica. We were very fortunate to go in when someone was having an organ lesson - Mendelssohn I think.. Try both churches to compare ??
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Date of experience: July 2018
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juliant919 wrote a review Jun 2017
Crawley, United Kingdom269 contributions23 helpful votes
Rococo renovation (circa 2007) matches the Wilten Basilica across the road. It was regrettable that the iron screens were closed when I visited, so I didn't get clear photos. Conveniently located either for the Red tourist hop-on-hop-off bus and/or the Western Innsbruck mainline station (8-10 minutes walk).
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Cocciolino2015 wrote a review May 2017
Perugia, Italy449 contributions175 helpful votes
We were interested in seeing this church because we knew itheavily was one of the best examples of late-Baroque architecture done by the famous Court Architect George Anton Gumpp whose ancestral home we had seen in Innsbruck. We also knew that it had been heavily damaged by bombs in the II World War and we really didn't know what to expect. It has been beautifully restored and stands as a perfect example of the original style.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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