The famous Swarovski Crystal works was founded in 1895. In 1995, to mark the centenary of its foundation, a park and museum were created. It was designed by Andre Heller, working with Brian Eno, Susanne Schmogner and Studio Azurro. Outdoors, the chief feature is the head of an Alpine Giant. He has crystal eyes and spouts water, like a flowing tongue, into a fountain pool. The maze is a replica of the artist's hand.
Swarovski, Wattens Kristallwelten, Innsbruck, Austria
All year, Park open dawn to dusk, Museum open 9am to 6pm
Entrance free to park (charge for Crystal World)