Clock and Watch Museum Beyer

Clock and Watch Museum Beyer

The Clock and Watch Museum Beyer holds one of the world’s most important private collections. The museum is home to some 500 time-measuring instruments from 1400 BC to the present day. more

Vitra Design Museum

Vitra Design Museum

In Weil am Rhein you can find the most modern architecture and true classics. Take bus no. 55 and in just a few minutes you arrive at the Vitra...more

History and Ethnology Museum

History and...

The museum offers, in addition to its interesting permanent exhibits...more

Museo Comico dimitri

Museo Comico dimitri

Established in 2000 by Dimitri the Clown and set up by Harald Szeemann,...more

Clock and Watch Museum Beyer

The Clock and Watch Museum Beyer holds one of the world’s most important private collections. The museum is home to some 500 time-measuring instruments from 1400 BC to the present day.

The Clock and Watch Museum Beyer holds one of the world’s most important private collections. The museum is home to some 500 time-measuring instruments from 1400 BC to the present day.

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Vitra Design Museum

In Weil am Rhein you can find the most modern architecture and true classics. Take bus no. 55 and in just a few minutes you arrive at the Vitra Design Architecture Park and Museum, the leading institution for industrial furniture design. Frank O. Gehry completed his first building in Europe here and Zaha Hadid her first building ever.

The Vitra Design Museum is housed in a building designed by Californian architect Frank Gehry and is one of the world's leading museums for industrial furniture design and architecture.

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History and Ethnology Museum

The museum offers, in addition to its interesting permanent exhibits about various cultures, constantly changing extraordinary special exhibits depending on topicality.

This museum features an exciting blend of history and ethnology.

History and Ethnology Museum
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Museo Comico dimitri

Established in 2000 by Dimitri the Clown and set up by Harald Szeemann, the Museo Comico has over 600 exhibits on display that were collected by the clown from all over the world during his long career. The theme of the collection is comedy in its many manifestations, and it is kept in four rooms adapted by architect Christoph Zürcher on the first floor of the Teatro Dimitri.

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