Swiss Science Center Technorama

Switzerland's only Science Center is a tactile museum. Here, science becomes an experience of the senses. The curious can experiment to their heart's content at more than 500 interactive stations. more

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Photo Museum and Photo Foundation

The Photo Museum Winterthur is the only museum of photography in the German speaking part of Switzerland. It is located in a converted factory.... more

Photo Museum and Photo Foundation
Langmatt Museum

Langmatt Museum

The Villa Langmatt, built in 1900 by Karl Moser, is a legacy of the industrialist and collector family of Sidney and Jenny Brown-Sulzer,... more

Swiss Science Center Technorama

Switzerland's only Science Center is a tactile museum. Here, science becomes an experience of the senses. The curious can experiment to their heart's content at more than 500 interactive stations.

The Technorama is a scientific learning center with over 500 stations for experiments. It is unique in Europe. In a playful manner, visitors gain knowledge by means of experiments in physics, technology, technological art and perception.

Photo Museum and Photo Foundation

The Photo Museum Winterthur is the only museum of photography in the German speaking part of Switzerland. It is located in a converted factory. Photography in all its variety is presented in changing exhibitions, lectures and publications. It is a place for photography as an art form and a visual documentation of reality.

Photos are representations of reality - or of alternatives to reality. The photo museum in Winterthur is showcasing the world through a lens. A unique European center of excellence for photographic art has been established, thanks to collaboration with the Swiss Photo Foundation.

Langmatt Museum

The Villa Langmatt, built in 1900 by Karl Moser, is a legacy of the industrialist and collector family of Sidney and Jenny Brown-Sulzer, co-founding family of Brown, Boveri & Cie., now ABB, and now serves as an impressionist and living history museum.

The Villa Langmatt, built in 1900 by Karl Moser, is a legacy of the industrialist and collector family of Sidney and Jenny Brown-Sulzer, co-founding family of Brown, Boveri & Cie., now ABB, and now serves as an impressionist and living history museum.