During the good season, the gardens are open to the visitors and the walkers !A sirop tasting will wait for you to refresh you after you're way up.
The Kunstmuseum Bern continues to explore the work of pivotal Swiss modernist artists: After monographic exhibitions devoted to Félix Vallotton (Sunsets; 2004), Meret Oppenheim (Retrospective; 2006), Karl Stauffer-Bern ("Damned Guy!" Karl Stauffer Bern: Painter, Etcher, Sculptor; 2007), Ferdinand Hodler (A Symbolist Vision; 2008), Giovanni Giacometti (Color in Light; 2009), Albert Anker (Beautiful World; 2010), Ernest Biéler (Dreamt Reality; 2011), Cuno Amiet (Amiet. "Joy of My Life", Eduard Gerber Collection; 2011). and Otto Nebel ("Zur Unzeit gegeigt...": Otto Nebel, Painter and Poet; 2012) we will this year focus on the oeuvre of Augusto Giacometti (1877–1947).
Every Friday, year-round, you can discover the area through a fun guided tour with lamas: in the hot season across the scenic landscape of Monte Comino between Centovalli and Onsernone Valley; in the cold season, in Arcegno and its surroundings.
Five days focussing on the multiple facets of French cinema. 25 films are presented in the framework of this event; including a number of sneak previews. The films are shown in their original version, the majority of which with German subtitles. And all podium discussions are translated simultaneously into German. The FFFH event intends bringing the German and French cultures closer together and at the same time bewitching cinema lovers with great movies.