The “Einstein in Bern” Tour

Follow the trail of Albert Einstein. The physicist was living here when he developed his famous formula E=mc² in 1905, turning our notion of time and space on its head.

Albert Einstein moved to Bern in 1902 and took a job at the Swiss patent office. Would you like to find out where the physicist lived and likely partied as a young bachelor? And where he most enjoyed spending time with his wife Mileva? You’ll discover Einstein’s favorite places in this special guided tour.

  • Private tours
    Availability Year-round
    Meeting point At the Einstein bench in the Rosengarten (Rose Garden)
    Duration 90 Minutes
    Price CHF 300.00 per group
    Languages German, English
    Number of participants Maximum 14 people per group*

    *Wearing a protective face mask is recommended. We would kindly ask all participants to bring their own protective face mask with them.

    Reservations can only be made via the phone at +41 31 328 12 12 or via e-mail: citytours@bern.com.

  • City Tours Bern

    Bahnhofplatz 10a
    3011 Bern

    T +41 31 328 12 12
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