Martin Bodmer Foundation

Martin Bodmer Foundation

Martin Bodmer, founder of the Gottfried-Keller Prize, was a passionate collector of books and manuscripts throughout his life. The "Fondation Martin Bodmer" exhibits his 150,000 collectibles in Coligny. The works are written in 80 languages and...more

Fondation Gianadda – Art and Archaeology

Fondation Gianadda – Art and Archaeology

Fondation Gianadda in Martigny is an internationally renowned cultural foundation with multi-faceted aspects. The museum offerings range from archaeological exhibits, a vintage car and sculpture park to art collections and concerts.more

Vindonissa

Vindonissa

Vindonissa, located in what is today called Windisch, was an important...more

Martin Bodmer Foundation

Martin Bodmer, founder of the Gottfried-Keller Prize, was a passionate collector of books and manuscripts throughout his life. The "Fondation Martin Bodmer" exhibits his 150,000 collectibles in Coligny. The works are written in 80 languages and span a period of three millennia.

With its collection of 160,000 items in some 80 languages, the Martin Bodmer Foundation is among the largest private libraries in the world.

Fondation Gianadda – Art and Archaeology

Fondation Gianadda in Martigny is an internationally renowned cultural foundation with multi-faceted aspects. The museum offerings range from archaeological exhibits, a vintage car and sculpture park to art collections and concerts.

Fondation Gianadda in Martigny is an internationally renowned cultural foundation with multi-faceted aspects. The museum offerings range from archaeological exhibits, a vintage car and sculpture park to art collections and concerts.

Vindonissa

Vindonissa, located in what is today called Windisch, was an important Roman legion's camp. The ruins of the camp are open for viewing. The monastery church of Königsfelden, which is well known for its unique glass windows (that date back to the 14th century), is located in the middle of these ruins.

Vindonissa, located in what is today called Windisch, was an important Roman legion's camp. The ruins of the camp are open for viewing. The monastery church of Königsfelden, which is well known for its unique glass windows (that date back to the 14th century), is located in the middle of these ruins.

Jeremias Gotthelf Centre

Jeremias Gotthelf was the pen name of a pastor and novelist in the Emmental whose depictions of 19th-century country life made him one of Switzerland’s best-loved writers. In his carefully restored former home in Lützelflüh, the Gotthelf Centre, which opened in August 2012, beautifully evokes the period.