Alpines Museum der Schweiz
Do you know how much water remains when a glacier melts? Have you ever seen a reservoir for artificial snow? Can you guess what female mountain climbers experienced in the 20th century when they climbed mountains that were considered to be the domain of men?
From the famous Scheuchzer map to the digital terrain model, you will learn how our ''View of the Alps' has changed over time. Encounters with the beauty of the alpine nature document how life, work, culture and tourism have changed the Alps environment.
Special exhibits and a thematically broad event and education program give visitors the chance to make new discoveries. Recommended for 'mountain climbers' of all ages.
|Opening hours Museum|
|Thursday - Sunday||10.00 a.m. - 05.00 p.m.|
|Opening hours Restaurant|
|Monday - Friday||09.00 a.m. - 05.00 p.m.|
|Saturday & Sunday||10.00 a.m. - 05.00 p.m.|
|Students/Trainees (ages 17 to 25): CHF 10.00|
Children/Youth (ages 6 to 16): CHF 6.00
Children (6 and under): Free. Disabled: CHF 10.00
Members of mountain sport clubs with ID
|(e.g. SAC, Naturfreunde, FAT, DAV, ÖAV): CHF 10.00 KulturLegi: CHF 10.00 Family Ticket|
|(max. 2 adults and 5 children age 16 and under): CHF 30.00 ALPS GA|
|(annual pass, valid for one year after issue date, reduced admission to events): CHF 70.00|
ALPS GA DUO
|(annual pass for cardholder plus one guest, valid for one year after issue date, reduced admission to events): CHF 100.00|