In the corridor of the sun terrace of the mountain inn also known as Eagles Nest is the permanent exhibition designed by ramicsoenario. In five chapters, the installation tells the story from 1923 to the present and picks up on the rugged mountain landscape as a visual feature.
Entertaining and informative - the new permanent exhibition
14 stations clearly explain state politics: Visitors learn how to become a member of parliament, whether there is a seating arrangement in the plenary hall and what rules apply there.
The wall charts offer a variety of opportunities for discussion, some of which are playful. You can listen to the stories of the politicians on a handset or tactilely locate the Landtag in the model of its surroundings. At one station, you can see the composition of the Landtag represented by coloured tiles, which you can turn to get a picture of the members of parliament. If you want to return to the starting position, all you have to do is press a button and all the tiles turn back.