On this exciting round tour you will learn everything about the development and history of the first mountain railway of Europe, the “Vitznau Rigibahn”.
Museum of the Swiss Charters
Experience the changeful history of Switzerland, demonstrated by original documents of the public record office Schwyz.
Forum of Swiss history
Exciting journey through the history of Switzerland. In the permanent exhibition as well as in the temporary exhibitions a wide and interesting spectrum is covered.
Hans Erni Museum
The “Hans Erni Museum” documents the technical and content facets of the famous Swiss artist Hans Erni.
Museum of History Lucerne
Countless objects are waiting for being discovered. Behind the scenes actors take you away into an absorbing adventure from former times.
Museum of Art Lucerne KKL
The collection of the art museum Lucerne shows Swiss art from renaissance till present age. Temporary exhibitions display contemporary art.
In the youngest museum of Lucerne works from artists like Paul Klee, Pablo Picasso, Cézanne, Matisse and many others more are displayed.
Lucerne Nature Museum
On three floors the different areas of alive and lifeless nature are explained descriptively. Permanent exhibitions are completed perfectly by attractive special exhibitions.
Richard Wagner Museum
The collection in the mansion of Tribschen tells about the life of the artist.
Swiss Museum of Transport
A visit in the most famous museum in Switzerland will be a great experience for sure. With attractions and games the development of mobility is shown.
In the glacier garden of Lucerne you will be on an expedition reaching from a subtropical palm beach 20 million years ago till the world of glaciers of the last ice age 20’000 years ago.
The impressive “Bourpaki”-panorama shows the french Army of General Bourbaki during their memorable Passover into Switzerland during the French-German war of 1870/71.
Since the 70s old farmhouses, stables, bake houses or barns are not demolished in Switzerland when they need to make room for new buildings, but they are removed stone by stone to be rebuilt in the open-air museum Ballenberg.