The exhibition at the Graubünden Museum of History includes archaeological, cultural and folk art objects from all over Graubünden from pre-historic times, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and Baroque periods through to the 19th and early 20th centuries.
This Baroque patrician house was built in 1675 by Baron Paul von Buol zu Strassberg und Rietberg (1634-1697). The jurist, historian and politician Peter Conradin von Planta-Zuoz (1815-1902) prompted the establishment of a foundation to promote the "Graubünden Museum of Science and Art". On June 8, 1872, the museum with a library and a natural history and antiquity collection was opened.
Today's permanent collection has been completely rearranged in recent years. The basement is dedicated the "Finds and Findings" of archaeology. The first floor deals with "Power and Politics", the second with "Bread and Work" and the third with "Faith and Knowledge."
2 to 4 hours (half day)
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6 to 9 years, 10 to 13 years, 14+ years