Sensorium Rüttihubelbad

Literally a “sense-ible” activity for the entire family: at the Sensorium at Rüttihubelbad, it’s all about the senses. A great experience, even on rainy days.

Take a break from all the visual sensations of everyday life and visit the Sensorium at Rüttihubelbad in Walkringen. The exhibition contains 80 interactive stations where visitors can hear, see, smell and feel the known and the unknown.

Experiencing all the sounds, colours, oscillation, scents, light and dark awaken the senses of young and old alike. Visitors of all ages are welcome at the Sensorium, although it does get more interesting for children if they’re age four to seven or older. The entire premises are wheelchair accessible.

Take at least two hours to discover the Sensorium. A day pass allows visitors to come and go freely, take a break in the garden or stop by the restaurant before returning to the exhibition with refreshed senses. Many visitors make use of this offer and stay for half a day or longer.

Come Rain or Shine

Playfully hearing, seeing, smelling and feeling the familiar and the unknown

The Sensorium with its bright indoor exhibition space is especially pleasant on rainy days. It can be reached by Postauto (regional bus) or car, or, if you’re athletic, you can combine your visit with a walk, a hike or a bicycle ride.

In pleasant weather, visitors can explore further interactive stations outside, and two large playgrounds complete the range of outdoor activities. Last but not least, there are cute ponies that await the happy children. By the way: the view of the mountains from Rüttihubelbad is absolutely wonderful.

Picnic and Family Room

The Sensorium has more than 80 experience stations.

Bringing your own lunch or snacks to the Sensorium is allowed, but if you don’t feel like sandwiches, you can also visit the lovely restaurant – complete with a kids’ corner! There’s so much to do that it’s hard to fit everything into one day. So if you would like to stay the night, you can book one of the two family rooms.

You won’t be forced to bring everything with you: baby monitors, baby tubs, changing mats, highchairs, strollers and other items are available at the front desk.

  • Opening Hours
    1 April–31 October 2019
    Tuesday–Friday 9:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
    Saturday–Sunday 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

    Closed on Mondays, groups on request.
    The exhibition is open on Easter Sunday and Whit Monday.

    1 November 2019–31 March 2020
    Wednesday–Sunday 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

    Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, groups: maybe, and only with advance reservation.

  • Admission
    Single Groups
    (10 and more)
    Adults CHF 18.00 CHF 16.00
    AHV / IV
    (Seniors / Handicapped)
    CHF 15.00 CHF 13.00
    Apprentices / Students CHF 15.00 CHF 13.00
    Children ages 6 and over CHF 9.00 CHF 8.00
    Children ages 6 and younger free
    (with the family)
    CHF 6.00
    (daycare etc.)
    Family (Parents with children) CHF 48.00
    (if less than the sum of the single tickets)
    -
    Swiss Museum Pass
    Raiffeisen card
    free free

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