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Panorama Museum, Salzburg

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  •  Was the same entrance when he went to the post office to buy stamps, so I stopped by. Main exhibit is a 360-degree panoramic painting. And a cylindrical Chamber in the center of the building, on the walls of the inner city of Salzburg and is naturally drawn. No other tourists, could be seen carefully. Salzburg-card is available is modest compared to the festung Hohensalzburg, Cathedral, but also exhibits so much so good partly tour break may be.
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  • With some spare time to kill and armed with our Salzburg card we decided to visit the Panorama museum. Clearly there has been a lot of investment in the 'museum' but I think it would be fair to say it...  more »
  • This small but interesting museum houses an amazing 360 degree panoramic painting from early 1800's. The massive painting (which took four years to create) has incredible detail. A slightly raised pla...  more »
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  • Nothing much to see here I would say but since I have the salzburg card, why not? The main thing in here is the panorama room where you'll see an almost 360 degree view of a place and it is in so fine details that they even offer u a telescope for you to see the tiny details in the picture
  • The Panorama Museum is connected to the Salzburg Museum with an underground passage and you can get a combined ticket. It is basically just one room that has a 360 degree panorama of how Salzburg looked hundreds of years ago. Unless you are particularly interested in this kind of thing, I don’t think it’s worth the individual ticket price but it’s a nice addition to the Salzburg Museum if you’re using the Salzburg Card.
  • I'm surprised that the exhibition isn't free because there's isn't much else inside the museum. The free-to-visit exhibits before you enter the Panorama Museum is more interesting.
  • Even at only 3€, this is hardly worth the stop.
  • The "panoramic Museum" is "hidden", but is well worth the visit. Amazed, if you ever did a panoramic view of the Hohensalzburg Fortress and compares this with the painting in the Museum, it will be noted what you all recognize. The details are worth a closer look.
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