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Augusta Raurica

Augusta Raurica, Giebenacherstrasse 17, 4302 Augst

The Roman city Augusta Raurica is the largest archeological open-air museum in Switzerland and a main touristic attraction of the Basel region: The impressive theater, an underground well, the Roman house or the silver treasure with more than 270 objects are just a few of its must-see highlights. Welcome to ancient Rome!

Tours are held in Swiss German and German. 

Kunsthaus Zurich

Kunsthaus Zurich, Heimplatz 1, 8001 Zurich

The collection encompasses roughly 100’000 artworks, ranging from the 13. century until now – 400 objects are currently being displayed for the public, yet they always change it up a little. The Swiss masters and internationally celebrated artists are long-time guests at Kunsthaus Zürich.

Tours are held in Swiss German, German and English. 

Kunst Museum Winterthur - Beim Stadthaus

Kunst Museum Winterthur - Beim Stadthaus, Museumstrasse 52, 8400 Winterthur

The remarkable collection of paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints was curated from private collections in Winterthur which date back to the beginning of the 20th century and are the source of the Museum’s extensive holdings of French art. Today, the museum has one of the most comprehensive collections in Switzerland, from classical modern art to contemporary art.

Tours are held in Swiss German, German and English.

Museum Tinguely

Museum Tinguely, Paul Sacher-Anlage 1, Postfach 3255, 4002 Basel

The museum designed by Mario Botta presents the world’s largest and very lively collection of works by Swiss artist Jean Tinguely. On display is a permanent exhibition of his artwork, from early, filigree reliefs to the monumental machine structures of the 1980s. With a multifaceted special exhibition program, the museum seeks a dialogue with other artists, art forms and sciences.

Tours are held in Swiss German and German. 

Historisches Museum Thurgau, Schloss Frauenfeld

Historisches Museum Thurgau - Schloss Frauenfeld, Rathausplatz 2, 8500 Frauenfeld 

Hier erleben Besuchende die spannungsgeladene Epoche, als der Thurgau im Spätmittelalter zwischen Schwabenland und der Eidgenossenschaft hin- und hergerissen wurde. Aus dieser Zeit zeugen kostbare Schriftdokumente, religiöse Artefakte, Bilder und historische Waffen, die im Schloss Frauenfeld multimedial inszeniert werden.

Im Historischen Museum Thurgau bieten wir aktuell Touren in Schweizerdeutsch und Hochdeutsch an. 

Zoological Museum of the University of Zurich

Zoological Museum of the University of Zurich, Karl-Schmid-Strasse 4, 8006 Zurich

Over 1500 animals from Switzerland and the rest of the world are displayed at the Zoologisches Museum, either as skeletons or stuffed animals. Discover these fascinating creatures through activities, microscopes or binoculars.

Tours are held in Swiss German and German.