For several years now, the Museum Langmatt has been regularly developing innovative digital mediation vessels for the rich collection holdings, the history of the house and the experience possibilities in the park. In this way, a young and young-at-heart generation is addressed and traditional art education is meaningfully supplemented by the new technical possibilities.
After the exciting Tatort Langmatt (Crime Scene Langmatt) tour of the animals in the Collection in 2022, the Langmatt is now transformed into a veritable ghost house. Various ghosts of unknown origin as well as undead pets, former residents and servants haunt the more than hundred-year-old villa and spread fear and terror. The comedy audio guide Geisterhaus Langmatt (Ghost House Langmatt, in German only) lets the numerous ghosts have their say for the first time. As with the Tatort Langmatt, there is plenty of humour and unexpected surprises.
Equipped with tablets and headphones, the audience moves through the museum and listens to the ghosts whispering, haunting and arguing. Attention is focused on their possible homes: the historical rooms come into focus, invisible (wallpaper) doors, cavities, curtains, vases, roller shutter boxes and much more that is part of the visible and invisible furnishings of the Langmatt.