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Forecast

The precipitation that has already begun during the night will take very few breaks today on Thursday.

Tendency

From tomorrow, the weather will calm down. “Calm down” should be put in inverted commas as rain will still be frequent.

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 > Audioversum

Audioversum

AUDIOVERSUM ScienceCenter
Wilhelm-Greil-Straße 23, 6020  Innsbruck
+43 57 / 78 899
office@audioversum.at
https://www.audioversum.at

Opening Hours

Tuesday - Sunday: 10.00 am - 6.00 pm

Listen and marvel at the Audioversum ScienceCenter: this interactive museum for the whole family offers a diverse mix of entertainment and education. In the main exhibition "The World of Hearing", there are 18 interactive exhibits where visitors can play, marvel and learn. Visitors have the opportunity to experience sound with their other senses and are encouraged to learn even more about hearing in a fun way

The museum also offers a world first – the Sound Labyrinth. Visitors navigate through a virtual maze wearing Microsoft HoloLens mixed reality smartglasses and using sound as a guide. The Singing Wall is also new. It transforms visitors' movements into melodies – turning the body itself into a musical instrument.

However, the museum is not restricted just to hearing – there is also a temporary exhibition that is dedicated to varying themes connected with the other senses and other special topics.


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