Search
    • Swarovski Crystal Worlds / Tourismusverband Region Hall-Wattens
      media_content.tooltip.skipped
      Bucket List: Swarovski Crystal Worlds

      Explore a fantastical glittering universe full of crystal-studded artworks and installations.

    The "Giant" at Swarovski Crystal Worlds

    Useful Links

    media_content.tooltip.skipped

    Down the Crystal Rabbit Hole

    The entrance to the Swarovski Kristallwelten (Crystal Worlds), a 20-minute drive outside of Innsbruck, leads you deep inside a grassy Tirolean hill, with a large, water-spewing face – the “Giant” – looming over you. This somewhat surreal first step is a harbinger of the fact that you’re now entering a different world. You’ll find yourself in a giant dome consisting of 595 mirrors and making you feel like you yourself are inside a crystal. Then, there’s the “Silent Light”, a spiky, sparkling crystal tree by designers Tord Boontje and Alexander McQueen which evokes a frosty winter forest. And you’ll explore the garden, filled with a crystal carousel, a hedge maze shaped like a human hand, and, the centrepiece, a cloud made of 800,000 crystals.

    Divided into 17 so-called “Chambers of Wonder”, this whimsical museum is more than a collection of artifacts. It’s a journey through the crystal-studded visions of famous artists and designers like Andy Warhol, Salvador Dalí, and Yayoi Kusama, in which you can linger for a while by visiting the Kristallwelten.

    6 Must-Sees at the Swarovski Crystal Worlds

    •                     Jamie Hayon Carousel Swarovki Crystal Worlds / Swarovski Kristallwelten, Wattens
      media_content.tooltip.skipped

      The Crystallized Carousel

      Designed by Jaime Hayon, this striking black-and-white carousel adorned with 15 million Swarovski crystals shimmers in the midst of our garden’s lush greenery.
      See more
    •                     Kristallwolke
      media_content.tooltip.skipped

      The Crystal Cloud

      More than 800,000 hand-mounted Swarovski crystals create the illusion of stars shimmering in the nocturnal sky – even in broad daylight.
      See more
    •                     Chandelier of Grief Yayoi Kusama
      media_content.tooltip.skipped

      Chandelier of Grief

      Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama installed a rotating crystal chandelier in a room lined with mirrors, creating a feeling of infinity.  
      See more
    •                     Crystal Dome (Swarovski Crystal Worlds)
      media_content.tooltip.skipped

      Crystal Dome

      A popular wedding location, this geodesic dome made of mirrors makes you feel like you’re inside a crystal.
      See more
    •                     "Ready to Love" Installation at Swarovski Crystal Worlds
      media_content.tooltip.skipped

      Ready to Love

      This joyous neon installation made using traditional Indian techniques will make you feel like you stumbled into a Bollywood film.
      See more
    •                     Spieleturm Torre Giochi
      media_content.tooltip.skipped

      Playtower

      Children of all ages can play on four levels connected by a climbing net.
      See more
    •                 Swarovki Crystal Worlds Restaurant "Daniels"
      media_content.tooltip.skipped

      Lunch Tip: Daniels Kristallwelten

      Take a break at Daniels Kristallwelten restaurant & café, and enjoy some locally-sourced gourmet cuisine - or a hot dog. The choice is yours.

      Find out more & reserve a table
    Jess surrounded by Swarovski crystals / Innsbruck

    Admission

    media_content.tooltip.skipped
    • Adults
      € 19 / £ 16
    • Children (6-14)
      € 7.50 / £ 6.30
    • Children (0-5)
      free
    • 1 adult + 2 children
      € 24.50 / £ 20.70
    • 2 adults + 2 children
      € 41.50 / £ 35
    • Audio guide
      € 2 / £ 1.70

    Getting There 

    The Crystal Worlds are located in Wattens, only a 20-min drive from Innsbruck via the A12 motorway.

    No car? No problem: During summer, the Swarovski Kristallwelten Shuttle runs six time per day between Innsbruck and the Swarovski Crystal Worlds.

    Hours of Operation

    Open daily from 8:30 to 19:30 h. Last entry at 18:30 h.

    Open on holidays, shorter hours on Christmas.

    Our Stores

    Get in Touch

    You Might Also Like:

    •                     Natursprünge path in the Brandnertal valley
      Sponsored
      media_content.tooltip.skipped

      A Colourful Summer in Brandnertal, Klostertal, and Großes Walsertal

      Three valleys, three summer experiences: Families, nature lovers, and athletes will all find their new favourite spots in Austria’s west.
      Explore new frontiers
    • Sponsored
      media_content.tooltip.skipped

      #realAustria - ALBERTINA in Vienna

      Imperial flair combined with the most modern art make the ALBERTINA a unique Viennese experience.
      Explore the ALBERTINA
    media_content.tooltip.skipped