The Alps Shock Experience Hall was built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Jungfrau Railway. It opened on April 1, 2012. The tour route is 250 meters long. It not only has ice sculptures showing the development of Alpine tourism and the history of the Jungfrau Railway , Can better understand the story behind the iceberg train.
The Alpine Shock Experience Pavilion is a newly built pavilion to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Jungfrau Railway. The pavilion directly connects the Sphinx Hall and the Ice Palace. The pavilion displays a variety of pictures, videos, and ice sculptures, recording the past and present of the Jungfrau.
Located under the Jungfrau Observation Deck, connecting the Observation Deck and the Ice Palace, there are many ice sculptures, various models, pictures and even small videos to tell the construction process of the Jungfrau Railway Station.
I really haven't been shocked. In fact, I think it's basically impossible to come here. The key is to look at the real mountains to truly feel shocked. It is said that the snow in the Alps has also begun to melt a bit!
After taking the elevator down from the Sphinx Observation Deck, you can see the entrance of the experience hall. When you look up, you can see the full screen of stars shining, as if entering a starry sky tunnel. There are benches at the entrance for tourists to take photos, and there is a big crystal ball inside which tells the formation of the highest railway station in Europe and the lives of the surrounding residents. It makes people feel the original history and understand the local folk customs.
It is a sightseeing spot in the Jungfrau Observation Deck. Visitors stand on two pedestrian elevators, watch pictures and videos on the stone walls of the tunnel, and have a brief understanding of the hard work of the Jungfrau train construction and their precious lives. The name and time of the worker.
The name of the Alps is like a legend. The Jungfrau Experience Hall is divided into several parts, the ice palace, the European highest point browsing area, the outdoor activity area, the indoor telling about the development process at the time, the dining souvenir area, the whole browsing process is the dining area starts to pass through Back to the dining area, the most interesting thing is the ice palace with ice sculptures, etc. Of course, the viewing area at the highest point in Europe has a landscape platform to see the most famous Jungfrau Mountain, but the ticket price of 175 euros is a bit high.