Preparations for the opening of the exhibit which runs from September 18, 2009 to January 3, 2010 are being made and the molds for the sand structures are currently being constructed. The actual sculpture construction was set to begin on September 1st. This exhibit will shine a spotlight on Austria’s aristocratic culture, which blossomed from the 16th to 18th centuries. It will also focus on the great musicians who made that prosperous era their stage. Austria’s World Heritage-recognized architectural sites and prominent composers like Hayden and Mozart will be recreated with sand sculptures. In the evenings, the scene will be illuminated to create a mystic sandscape.
Please stay tuned for updates on the exhibit!
Theme: Around the World through Sand: A Visit to Austria’s Aristocratic Culture and the
Capital of Music
Exhibit Dates: 9/18 (Fri) to 1/3 (Sun)
※The museum may be closed in the event of bad weather.
Location: Yuyama 2083-17, Fukube-cho, Tottori City（Next to the Tottori Sand Dunes
Information Hall, Sandpal Tottori）
Museum Hours: 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM（Visitors can enter until 30 minutes before closing）
※Illuminations every day after sunset.
Entry Fee: Adults 300yen
Students (up to High School) 200yen
※Groups of over 20 eligible for a 50yen discount. If you have a physical disability certificate, please bring it to enter free of charge.
Contact: Tottori Sand Dunes Information Hall Sandpal Tottori（Telephone: 0857-20-2231）
Please visit the Sand Museum homepage: http://sakyu.city.tottori.tottori.jp/museum/
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