An anechoic chamber offers a claustraphobic silence which some people find unpleasant and others love.
A disused listening station from the Cold War has powerful echoes from the near-spherical radome and you can whisper into your own ears.
The Lyrebird mimics the sounds of the rainforest, from Kookaburra to chain saw.
The extraordinary long drawn out glissandos of the bearded seal make it one of the strangest animal calls in the world.
Bridge arches can have great echoes. Reports claim that Echo bridge repeats a human voice up to 15 times
The Hamilton Mausoleum once held the World record for the room with the ‘longest echo’
Follow the road sign to the echo and perform a strange local rhyme which exploits the distinctive echo
A chance to go back in time and get an impression of what our ancestors heard within Stonehenge.
A place to hear nothing. Although you might be surprised to find out when you get there, that your body isn’t as quiet as you think.
How do you communicate over large distances when your mobile phone runs out of charge or there is no network coverage – use a whistling language!