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Swarovski Crystal Worlds
1. Swarovski Crystal Worlds
Swarovski Crystal Worlds is a space for art, architecture, and a special Swarovski shop for crystal fans everywhere. It's a sparkly family attraction created by André Heller for the crystal glass manufacturer Swarovski, and is located close to Innsbruck, Austria.
Alpenzoo Innsbruck
2. Alpenzoo Innsbruck
Innsbruck's Alpenzoo is an alpine-themed zoo located 750 meters above the ground in Innsbruck. This unique zoo covers 4 hectares, and contains around 2,000 animals from around 150 different species. The zoo can be easily reached through the Hungerburgbahn, taking only a few minutes from Congress station to Alpenzoo station.
Schloss Ambras
3. Schloss Ambras
Schloss Ambras, in Innsbruck, Austria, is the oldest museum in the world. It's the perfect place to explore 16th-century imperial happenings and historic collections of art and armor.
Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen - Nordkette
4. Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen - Nordkette
The Nordkette Cable Car, or Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen, is a mountain gondola lift located in the Austrian state of Tyrol. As the name suggests the gondola ferries people from Innsbruck to the Nordkette, the southernmost mountain chain of the Karwendel. The cable car runs in two sections from the Innsbruck quarter of Hungerburg via Seegrube Station, to the top station, Hafelekar, which is a dizzying 2,269 m above sea level! The cableway is the transport hub of the Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen ski resort.
Tyrolean Evening Show in the Alpensaal
5. Tyrolean Evening Show in the Alpensaal
Flanked by glorious mountain scenery in the alpine city of Innsbruck, the Tyrolean Evening Show in the Alpensaal offers an authentic glimpse into local Tyrolean culture.

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The Mining Museum of Hall in Tirol provides an insight into the history of salt extraction in Austria. It consists of recreation of the Hall valley mines, which were shot down in 1967. Galleries, shafts, tools, minerals, a chute and much more demonstrate what it was really like to go underground. The Mining Museum (opened 1928) is in the center of Hall in Tirol's Old Town, North Tyrol, Austria.

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