Swarovski Kristallwelten Wattens Part II

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On Part I, I showed you what we saw in the exposition in the Kristallwelten. Today I am sharing some of the things we saw outside in the gardens.

Keep reading to see it:

Wattens Swarovski Giant

The gardens of the Kristallwelten are just as breathtaking as the crystal exposition! They are divided into categories, starting with the giant – one of my favorites!

Swarovski Kristallwelten Wattens

André Heller actually believed, as a child, that giants would turn into stone during the day and come to life during the night to explore the surroundings. That’s what he was thinking of when he designed Kristallwelten’s giant.

The labyrinth is also a very funny idea and invites the visitor to explore the nature within it. It’s in the shape of a hand and when you’re in it, you hardly hear the world around you.

Swarovski Kristallwelten Wattens

Along with the giant and the labyrinth, you can also experience a playground with four different levels (perfect for children), sculptures around the area and also my personal favorite – the Crystal Clouds & Mirror Pool!

Swarovski Kristallwelten Wattens

Created by Andy Cao and Xavier Perro, these clouds actually have tons of tiny little crystals hanging from it. When the sun is shining, it looks magical:

Swarovski Kristallwelten Wattens

It truly is the most beautiful thing! We had luck because the day was cloudy and sometimes the sun would shine through the clouds – which made the experience even more magical. It is fantastic to see how they go from being just normal grey sculptures to turning into sparkly pieces of art! 

Swarovski Kristallwelten Wattens

Like I said in the previous post, I feel truly blessed to have been able to go through this experience! I advise everyone to go visit the Kristallwelten in Wattens at least once in their life – it’s something I consider just as cultural as visiting Vienna or Paris!

Did any of you ever go to the Kristallwelten? What did you think?

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On Part I, I showed you what we saw in the exposition in the Kristallwelten. Today I am sharing some of the things we saw outside in the gardens.

Keep reading to see it:

Wattens Swarovski Giant

The gardens of the Kristallwelten are just as breathtaking as the crystal exposition! They are divided into categories, starting with the giant – one of my favorites!

Swarovski Kristallwelten Wattens

André Heller actually believed, as a child, that giants would turn into stone during the day and come to life during the night to explore the surroundings. That’s what he was thinking of when he designed Kristallwelten’s giant.

The labyrinth is also a very funny idea and invites the visitor to explore the nature within it. It’s in the shape of a hand and when you’re in it, you hardly hear the world around you.

Swarovski Kristallwelten Wattens

Along with the giant and the labyrinth, you can also experience a playground with four different levels (perfect for children), sculptures around the area and also my personal favorite – the Crystal Clouds & Mirror Pool!

Swarovski Kristallwelten Wattens

Created by Andy Cao and Xavier Perro, these clouds actually have tons of tiny little crystals hanging from it. When the sun is shining, it looks magical:

Swarovski Kristallwelten Wattens

It truly is the most beautiful thing! We had luck because the day was cloudy and sometimes the sun would shine through the clouds – which made the experience even more magical. It is fantastic to see how they go from being just normal grey sculptures to turning into sparkly pieces of art! 

Swarovski Kristallwelten Wattens

Like I said in the previous post, I feel truly blessed to have been able to go through this experience! I advise everyone to go visit the Kristallwelten in Wattens at least once in their life – it’s something I consider just as cultural as visiting Vienna or Paris!

Did any of you ever go to the Kristallwelten? What did you think?

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4 Comments

    • Rosie Waldherr
      23. July 2016 / 11:08 am

      Es ist toll! Solltest mal unbedingt hin!

  1. 26. May 2016 / 3:52 pm

    Ach wie schön, ich war als Kind mal dort und habe es fast wieder vergessen. Tolle Impressionen 🙂
    Liebe Grüße, Fiona THEDASHINGRIDER.com

    • Rosie Waldherr
      23. July 2016 / 11:09 am

      Danke sehr Fiona! Solltest mal wieder hin, die haben ständig neue Programme!

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