Closed on Mondays.
Tuesday to Sunday from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
last admission at 5.30 p.m.
Special opening hours
October 26th, November 1st, December 8th and December 31st
Open until 2 p.m. on December 24th
Closed on December 25th, December 26th and January 1st
Entrance fees for full ticket (main and special exhibitions)
The tour is not included in the entrance fees!
Familiy ticket (at least one child)
Guided tour in English for up to 15 persons€ 45,00
You should take at least one hour to visit the exhibition.
If you would like a personal tour, please let us know.
The AUDIOVERSUM is accessible for people with hearing and walking disabilities. An inductive hearing system is available (please let us know when you register whether you want to use it).
Dogs are not allowed in the museum.
Seniors with ID, people with disabilities, students, military and civil servants, Ö1 Club Card, Innsbruck Card and Tirol Family Pass.
By public transport: The main train and bus station is only a 5-minute walk away.
Information and timetables at: www.vvt.at
By car: Coming from Landeck, choose the Innsbruck West motorway exit. Coming from Kufstein, choose the Innsbruck Mitte motorway exit.
Parking: “Landhausgarage” car park directly in front of the museum.
A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Tel .: +43 (0) 5 7788 99
Head of AUDIOVERSUM
Teresa Burmann, MA
Museum education & public relations
Mag. Birgit Hutterer
Marketing Project Manager
Social Media Channels & Shop
MMag. Stephanie Sitz
Tours & Internal communication
Michaela Pletzer, BA
Museum education & Online communication
Film Production & Electronics
Dr. Eckhard Schulz
Manager Special Projects / Founder of AUDIOVERSUM
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Ulrike Schulz
Manager Special Projects
Cash Desk / Reception
All beginnings have an inherent magic…this also applies to the history of the AUDIOVERSUM. In 2009, Dr. Eckhard Schulz, formerly managing director of MED-EL Germany, has started to develop an innovative exhibition concept on the subject of “hearing”. Together with his cooperation partner, the ARS ELECTRONICA CENTER in Linz and the professional and ideational support of Ingeborg Hochmair, CEO of MED-EL, a place was created where the fine and complex sense of hearing can be experienced in a playful way.
On January 31st, 2013 the AUDIOVESUM Science Center was opened with the main exhibition ADVENTURE HEARING and its multimedia installations, all about the fascinating worlds of listening and wondering. In the same year, the company exhibition MED-EL WORLD was launched. With an extension in 2017, the exhibition space grew to 1500 square meters, which is ever since then used for special exhibitions. Until now, more than ten special exhibitions on different scientific topics have been shown, always accompanied and organized by Dr. Eckhard Schulz with great engagement.
Step by step, the main exhibition ADVENTURE HEARING has been adjusted with 5 supporting exhibits, which immerse visitors in the unique dimensions of human sensory perception.
In the meantime, AUDIOVERSUM has also become a place of audible art and culture and has been able to establish itself as an extracurricular educational institution. The entire team is constantly working on new ideas to further develop the AUDIOVERSUM and wants to thank Dr. Eckhard Schulz for his efforts to preserve the inherent magic of the Science Center!