EMPORER MAXIMILIAN I | Fortress Kufstein

The story of Kufstein Fortress is inextricably intertwined with the name of one man – Emperor Maximilian I. To commemorate this anniversary year, an exhibition has been created that is dedicated to the man who was Emperor Maximilian. This exhibition is located in the historic armoury as part of the new “Kufstein Fortress Route”. The…

Museum Goldenes Dachl

After extensive renovation work, the Goldenes Dachl Museum opened in February 2019 with a new special exhibition for the Maximilian anniversary year 2019. In the new exhibition, the life of Emperor Maximilian I is illuminated in a multifaceted way and from different angles. The following media stations were implemented: The Ambraser Heldenbuch - a haptic-digital…

3D Database – Collection Roman Archaeology

The archaeological collection of the Province of Lower Austria currently holds more than two million archaeological finds - most of them still unedicated to science. In addition, there are those new discoveries that come through the annual excavations to light. The material is stored in the depot of the Kulturfabrik Hainburg. Only a small fraction…

NHM Vienna – The beginning of everything. about galaxies, quarks and collisions

The exhibition is a collaboration between the NHM Vienna and the Institute of High Energy Physics (HEPHY) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. What does the universe consist of? Where does the universe end? How many dimensions are there in the universe? What is the universe expanding into? These and similar questions have bothered humans for…

St Virgil’s Chapel – A Medieval Museum

St Virgil's Chapel was discovered in 1973 during the construction of the Viennese underground railway, and was integrated into the Stephansplatz location of the Wien Museum. The subterranean chapel is one of Vienna's best-preserved Gothic interiors. 7reasons was tasked with creating the animated film Vienna in the Middle Ages as well as interactive media stations…