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Museums

The Swiss Museum of Transport is Switzerland's most-visited museum and showcases the fascinating history of transport, its achievements and its vehicles. Art lovers will take great delight in the Rosengart Collection and the Lucerne Museum of Art. The Glacier Garden has fascinating kettle basins – giant rock formations that date from the last Ice Age. The Bourbaki Panorama, for its part, is one of the world's last-remaining paintings in the round, and the Richard Wagner Museum occupies the building where the composer himself once lived.

Museums and collections in the Lucerne

The platform of Swiss museums

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Lucerne Museum Card

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Visit any number of museums on two consecutive days using the Lucerne Museum Card. More

Swiss Museum of Transport

Lucerne
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Offering a range of engaging and exciting settings, the Swiss Museum of Transport presents the development of transport and mobility on road, rail and water, as well as in the air and in space. More

Museum of Art Lucerne

KKL Lucerne
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The Museum of Art Lucerne draws its self-image both from its acknowledged, historically developed position as the leading institution of visual art in Central Switzerland, and from its location in the internationally respected architecture of Jean Nouvel’s Culture and Congress Centre Lucerne (KKL). More

Rosengart Collection

Pablo Picasso, Paul Klee
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Along with Picasso and Klee, the Rosengart Collection puts a clear emphasis on Classical Modernism, featuring several of its major exponents and exceptional works of the highest artistic merit. More

Richard Wagner Museum

Former residence
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Wagner was one of the most renowned composers in the history of music. The country manor in Tribschen, on Lake Lucerne, was his residence and the place where he worked for six years (1866–1872). More

Bourbaki Panorama

The world's few panorama paintings
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The Bourbaki Panorama has ranked amongst Switzerland’s most famous attractions for over 130 years. More

Museum of History Lucerne

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The Museum of History is located in the ancient armoury of Lucerne and presents the cultural history of Lucerne and the surrounding region. More

Lucerne Nature Museum

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Lucerne is home to the most important collection of gold wasps (Family Chrysididae) in the world, including over 600 holotype descriptions by the Lucerne-born animal illustrator and insect researcher, Walter Linsenmaier (1917–2000). More

Hans Erni Museum

Swiss artist
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Hans Erni (born 1909 in Lucerne) is the most popular Swiss artist and also the best known internationally. Presenting over 300 of his works culled during eight decades of activity, the collection documents the many different themes and techniques he explored throughout a unique creative life. More

Alpineum

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All-embracing views of the mountains without stepping foot outside the town. Giant diorama pictures with three-dimensional foregrounds and amazing depth effects showcase Switzerland’s loveliest mountain regions, including three-dimensional representations of Mounts Pilatus, Rigi, Jungfrau, Monte Rosa, Gornergrat, Breithorn and Matterhorn, plus an ascent of the Mont Blanc. More
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