Special guided tour “Hidden treasures”

Description

The “Hidden Treasures” - special guided tour of the exhibition in the Nature Park House

The “Hidden Treasures” are the new jewel in the crown of the Nature Park House in the mountaineering village of Ginzling. The exhibition extends over two floors and more than 500 m² and takes visitors on a unique journey through the geological history of the Zillertal Alps and shows the sparkling crystal treasures that have been formed over millions of years inside the mountains. Mineral collector and chronicler Walter Ungerank knows every corner of the mountains in the Zillertal. On this tour through the Nature Park House, he shows his life's work and the sparkling treasures of around 15 lenders and knows many exciting stories about the crystals, their recovery and the most famous Zillertal mineral collectors - from Goethe to the present day.

Good to know:

Character: Guided tour in the Nature Park House

Duration: approx. 2 hours

Dates: 29.05, 12.06, 26.06, 04.09, 18.09 - 10.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m.

10.07, 24.07, 07.08, 21.08 - 1.00 p.m.

Meeting point: 10.00 a.m. or 1.00 p.m. | Nature Park House ticket office

Contribution towards expenses: The guided tour is free of charge, but admission to the exhibition must be paid. Adults € 12.00 - Guests of Nature Park partner businesses and Nature Park members € 6.00 (to be paid on site)

General information:

Refreshment stops: Rest in the nature park house, several inns in Ginzling

Number of participants: Maximum 15 | Registration absolutely necessary

Directions (bus route 4102)*: Departure 09.05 a.m. Mayrhofen train station - Arrival 09.24 a.m. Ginzling Naturparkhaus - *unfortunately, this bus will not be running on 29.05

Return journey (bus route 4102)*: Departure 12.10 p.m. Ginzling Naturparkhaus - Arrival 12.23 p.m. Mayrhofen train station - *unfortunately, this bus will not be running on 29.05

The “Hidden Treasures” - special guided tour of the exhibition in the Nature Park House

The “Hidden Treasures” are the new jewel in the crown of the Nature Park House in the mountaineering village of Ginzling. The exhibition extends over two floors and more than 500 m² and takes visitors on a unique journey through the geological history of the Zillertal Alps and shows the sparkling crystal treasures that have been formed over millions of years inside the mountains. Mineral collector and chronicler Walter Ungerank knows every corner of the mountains in the Zillertal. On this tour through the Nature Park House, he shows his life's work and the sparkling treasures of around 15 lenders and knows many exciting stories about the crystals, their recovery and the most famous Zillertal mineral collectors - from Goethe to the present day.

Good to know:

Character: Guided tour in the Nature Park House

Duration: approx. 2 hours

Dates: 29.05, 12.06, 26.06, 04.09, 18.09 - 10.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m.

10.07, 24.07, 07.08, 21.08 - 1.00 p.m.

Meeting point: 10.00 a.m. or 1.00 p.m. | Nature Park House ticket office

Contribution towards expenses: The guided tour is free of charge, but admission to the exhibition must be paid. Adults € 12.00 - Guests of Nature Park partner businesses and Nature Park members € 6.00 (to be paid on site)

General information:

Refreshment stops: Rest in the nature park house, several inns in Ginzling

Number of participants: Maximum 15 | Registration absolutely necessary

Directions (bus route 4102)*: Departure 09.05 a.m. Mayrhofen train station - Arrival 09.24 a.m. Ginzling Naturparkhaus - *unfortunately, this bus will not be running on 29.05

Return journey (bus route 4102)*: Departure 12.10 p.m. Ginzling Naturparkhaus - Arrival 12.23 p.m. Mayrhofen train station - *unfortunately, this bus will not be running on 29.05

Important information

Here you can find the bus schedules!

Duration

People usually spend 2 hours here.
Location
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