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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.

Folk music to fall for

A double bass, a fiddle, a dulcimer and a dance floor – that’s all the people of Appenzell need to be able to celebrate until the early hours. The charming custom of the “Stubete”, a relaxed get-together of folk musicians, is highly popular to this day.

Nendaz, the Capital of the Alphorn

A true love story connects Nendaz to the Alphorn.

This alpine instrument has ruled our region for a long time.