As tourists savor a fondue outside on the square, the surreal works of H.R. Giger come alive inside the Château St. Germain castle - where his famous film decor, pictures, sculptures and furniture are set out in the form of exhibition. And if you’d like even more Giger-ambiance, take a seat in the bar opposite, where you can sip Martinis in a vault of bone.
Equally as fantastic, or should we say morbid, as the rooms of the museum are the furnishing of the affiliate HR Giger Bar - with scurrilous film decor, pictures, sculptures and furniture. Here you find yourself seated in a vault of imitation bones as you gaze at shelves full of dead sculls while taking a sip of your drink: A weird and wonderful experience in keeping the memory of the late artist alive. HR Giger died in 2014.