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If you want to learn all about how coins where made in centuries gone by, then visit this museum. In this museum you see old machines that where used to make coins, and you also learn how they made coins before there were machines. You...More
An interesting museum on the history of minting coins. However the audio guide was far too long in describing items - so much so it was boring. Our of a party of 4 adults we all gave up listening and found it dull. film was...More
My wife and I had a very enjoyable trip round the mint. The information guide was very good and easy to use just push number of the item you are in front of. Plenty of things to look at an at the end a film...More
The information about the history of minting coins was interesting, especially since the actual machines were there and there were videos to show how everything worked. The order of the development of minting coins was a little confusing, but otherwise, we learned more about them...More
Hawk tower had a beautiful view of HALLE. Walking up and up the tower...nice woodwork.
The museum is inside a courtyard. A very nice young man explained that in the tower they had raised hawks. I believe there are today still baby hawks there. Nice...More
I took a day trip from Innsbruck to Hall in Tirol and came here. I paid for the combined ticket, 11,50 Euro, for both the tour and the trip up the tower. The tour alone is about 8 Euro and the tower about 5,50 Euro....More
The best part of the Muenze Hall is the tower. It has spiral stairs and contains 186 steps. We were up in one, two, three. The view from up there is beautiful! I am not so much interested in coins though. The audio tour gives...More
Well made and a little interesting.
We walked around with a audio guide, which spoke well English. But the information stream was to long.
For us it would have been better, if the signs also was written in English.
It was interesting because it was...More