Museum for Music Automatons

The museum for music automatons in Seewen exhibits over 600 music boxes, organs for use at amusement parks and carnivals, and orchestrions. The previously private collection, which was opened to the public in 1990, is of international significance and the largest of its kind in Switzerland. more

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The Toggenburg Sound Trail

While hiking the sound path in Toggenburg, visitors of all age groups can experience “how stone sounds“, or feel, how a tree transports sounds, or... more

The Toggenburg Sound Trail

Museum for Music Automatons

The museum for music automatons in Seewen exhibits over 600 music boxes, organs for use at amusement parks and carnivals, and orchestrions. The previously private collection, which was opened to the public in 1990, is of international significance and the largest of its kind in Switzerland.

The museum for music automatons in Seewen exhibits over 600 music boxes, organs for use at amusement parks and carnivals, and orchestrions. The previously private collection, which was opened to the public in 1990, is of international significance and the largest of its kind in Switzerland.

The Toggenburg Sound Trail

While hiking the sound path in Toggenburg, visitors of all age groups can experience “how stone sounds“, or feel, how a tree transports sounds, or try out 25 different instruments.

Young and old alike can learn what rocks sound like, how a tree conveys sounds and how a wall of metal flutes makes music of its own accord – walkers can play unusual instruments and compose their own music here. The stages can be covered individually in a few hours, or consecutively in a day.