Art Museum St.Gallen

Art Museum St.Gallen

In the Art Museum you can find international contemporary sculptures, as well as paintings and sculptures from the 19th and 20th centuries. The focus of the collection is the Dutch, German and French art. The neoclassical building was built in 1877 by the architect Johann Christoph Kunkler.mais

Zug Castle Museum

Zug Castle Museum

Zug Castle houses the cultural and historical museum of the city and canton. The museum is currently closed for refurbishment and the setting-up of...mais

Laténium - Archaeological Museum

Laténium -...

This museum, with archaeology park, displays 50,000 years of pre-history...mais

Hermann Hesse Foundation

Hermann Hesse...

The writer Hermann Hesse settled in Ticino, in Montagnola, where he...mais

Art Museum St.Gallen

In the Art Museum you can find international contemporary sculptures, as well as paintings and sculptures from the 19th and 20th centuries. The focus of the collection is the Dutch, German and French art. The neoclassical building was built in 1877 by the architect Johann Christoph Kunkler.

The Art Museum St.Gallen offers an attractive programme of exhibitions of international significance and as a treasure trove of exhibits from Eastern Switzerland is home to a rich collection of paintings and sculptures from the late Middle Ages to the present.

Zug Castle Museum

Zug Castle houses the cultural and historical museum of the city and canton. The museum is currently closed for refurbishment and the setting-up of a new permanent exhibition. It will be reopened on 22 February 2014.

The museum, which was reconstructed in 2014, is a veritable adventure castle. Guided tours and workshops promise hours of excitement for visitors of all ages.

Laténium - Archaeological Museum

This museum, with archaeology park, displays 50,000 years of pre-history and history, laid out in innovative ways. The discovery park (free entry): the newly designed river banks extend over 30,000 m2.

More than a hundred archaeological sites hidden underground or at the bottom of lakes have been brought to light in the last few years and these have provided us with more historical information about topics from Neanderthal man to the Middle Ages.

Hermann Hesse Foundation

The writer Hermann Hesse settled in Ticino, in Montagnola, where he lived for 43 years until his death in 1962.

The writer Hermann Hesse settled in Ticino, in Montagnola, where he lived for 43 years until his death in 1962.