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.
Renoir, Cézanne and Monet... The Villa Langmatt houses an outstanding collection of works by the French Impressionists, a collection of Venetian vistas from the 18th century and rare ceramics and carpets. The living areas contain exquisite French furniture and clearly reflect the lifestyle of an industrial family in the first half of the 20th century.
Round off your museum visit by going to a café in the former orangery or having a picnic in the historic park. In addition to the special exhibitions, a range of special events for adults and children is also offered.
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