The Napoleon Museum on the Arenenberg has yet another attraction. From now on, visitors are able to immerse in the past as a radio play and audio guide invite them on an authentic garden experience. Come along and take a lordly stroll - such as those taken by the council in the era of noble lords.
The patrician garden on the Arenenberg is the only reconstruction of its kind in Switzerland, Austria and southern Germany - and the result of extensive research and design work.
Visitors deciding to pay a visit to the famous Arenenberg premises receive a key to the garden gate in the museum shop, an MP3 player and headphones. A radio play lasting around an hour then accompanies you on a tour through the 300 square-meter gardens, past benches, a fountain, countless fragrant plants and crops. And visitors to the garden not only discover new things about gardens in the Middle Ages, instead leisure and past pastimes too. Time to take a seat with contemporary poetry and music to listen to as you ponder over the past seated on one of the benches with time to enjoy.