Technological rarities from the history of transport, treasures by Picasso and Klee, a huge circular painting, finds from the Stone Age and folklore from the region - Lucerne's museums have a lot of record-breaking and bizarre things to offer.
With the Lucerne Museum Pass you can visit all the museums listed below for two consecutive days at the price of CHF 36.
Children up to 16 years of age usually benefit from a low-cost special price. We therefore recommend that you purchase the corresponding children's ticket directly on site at the respective museum. The following four museums are closed on Mondays: Museum of Art Lucerne, Richard Wagner Museum, Natural History Museum and History Museum
Every two weeks, representatives of Lucerne's museums present a trouvaille from their trove of objects and stories. In this way, readers get an exclusive glimpse behind the scenes of the museums in the City of Lights and can also look forward to their next visit to the exhibitions.