Museums Zurich

Zurich, together with the suburb of Winterthur, belongs to the leading centers of Europe in terms of the number and significance of museums here.

The most famous of them is considered Kunsthaus, Often called the best gallery of Switzerland. It reflects the almost complete history of European art development for two millennia, and along with the main exposition, various temporary exhibitions are constantly held.

Immediately behind the station is located Swiss National Museum (www.nationalmuseum.ch /), unmistakably recognizable in its pseudo-native building resembling lock. It accommodates an excellent (and very large, which is not always convenient) collection on the history of the country, religious art of the IX-XVI centuries, the history of people’s costume and toys, military history and archeology, as well as an exhibition of articles of decorative and applied industries.

A unique collection of exhibits – antique and medieval sculptures, as well as the canvas of the greatest artists of the world – can boast Emil Burle Foundation. In the meeting, you can see the work of El Greco, Rembrant, Goya, Tintoretto, Rubens, Monet, Mana, Degas, Pizarro, Van Gogh, Gauguen, Matisse and many other greatest painters.

Museum of Ritberg has a huge collection of Eastern and African art.

Museum of tin figures proud of a collection of almost 400 thousand ancient toys.

It is worth a visit also Archaeological Museum, Museum of constructive and concrete art, Museum of watch, Chocolate Museum and Modern Art Museum – And this is not a complete list of urban collections.

Reviews and studies of trips

OKTOBERFEST-200, or farewell antidevian party-2

Maritim 4 * – a compact private hotel was 10 minutes walk from the place where he passed "Oktoberfest", At the Central Station Square. The hotel is about 150 rooms read more →

Alexxx911 | September 2010

Zurich, Geneva, Basel

Switzerland has long been manilated us with bright images: Alpine meadows, famous Geneva and Lakes, the best ski resorts and, of course, hours, cheese and chocolate. Dreams Come True! Read more →

Museums Zurich

Pitbulochka | July 2011

Toy Museum in Zurich

In the center of Zurich, on one of his streets Fortunagasse hides a private museum of Tsyurich toys, the Franz Charles Weber collection is small, but a first-class and cozy museum. Read more →

Jane Berezka | September 2011

Swiss delights: Terms, Roschti, Prince, Cities and Mountains

What struck from the landscapes outside the window – small garden sites built up with tiny sovereign houses, with garden gods, there are even greenhouses, and practically every plot on high six – the national flag. Read more →

Katerina R. | August 2010

A little about Switzerland

Before the trip to Switzerland, I only knew about the country what was doing very good chocolate, cheese, watches and knives. Switzerland conquered me with his beauty forever. Read more →

Museums Zurich

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