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Haus Steht Kopf, Schwaz

(3.7/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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  • Beautiful and strange experience, I enter this House is you tips all, including the stomach. Definitely worth a visit.
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  • The idea to make a full House, you must come first. Already at the entrance the door meets for pressing down the handle just one, because the House is not only on the head, but it is also wrong. That is a big problem in the Interior, because there also the floors are slightly slanted. The slanted floor (actually the ceilings of the rooms) and the furniture that hang from the top down so strongly that it takes some time to combat the dizziness occurring confuse the sense of balance. Special fun to take pictures of his friends holding E.g. the hands high on the toilet hanging down from above of course. Then turn the photo, it says he is a Handstand on the toilet. You have such, it should look right after the spot right on the photo wall to get some suggestions for fun photos.
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  • Dolce bthason matdkhlonh first place by dizziness and the place was moving. The region is more than a place worth visiting such as the insect Gallery and silver and copper mine
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  • A very interesting place to visit. The floor inside is slanted and that gives it funny unstable feeling - adding to the excitement. Highly Recommended!
  • Expensive for what you get. The man taking the entrance fee spoke no German or English (or possibly any other language either, and had a general demeanour of being bored or just unhappy) ... He was however very good at typing the required fee into a large calculator and pointing at the large 27 in the display (that's for 2 adults, 1 child). What you get is a very crammed house (we were there on a Saturday at noon) with lots of swaying adults (most people seem to get a bit of vertigo when you first enter through the main entrance) trying to capture funny photos of their children in each of the 10 or so rooms. There's a cafe and a few kids coin machine trucks. All in all, it's a phototastic time with kids enjoying it most as they pose for fun snaps. But not worth €27.
  • Great attraction for the whole family! More of a tourist attraction, mostly taking photos. Can spend there much time. But you can buy in a cheaper price two tickets - for this and the parrot house near it (where I spent much more time..) Very recommend!
  • Nice attraction for kids and parents, the only thing I did not like that the cashier did not try to issue family tickets although I told him 2 times. he just wanted to sell them without caring about family dicount. Other wise the place must be visited.
  • Nice experience although very small .