Swiss Museum Of Transport, Lucerne

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Swiss Museum Of Transport, Lucerne - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Lidostrasse 5, 6006 Luzern, Switzerland

Phone: +41-413704444

Ticket Price: 30 CHF

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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Switzerland’s most popular museum, the Swiss Transport Museum is a great destination for a family activity. Right from grand-parents to kids, all walks of life are guaranteed to have a good time here. True to its name, the Transport Museum has over 3000 means of commute spread across a huge premises, covering all modes of transportation- air, water, land, you name it!

The museum is interactive incarnate with a locomotive simulator, advanced enough to get anyone excited. Home to a planetarium which provides one of best virtual tours of the universe money can buy. It’s easy to lose track of time here, so keep an eye on your watch.

Swiss Museum Of Transport Information

  • Other Ticket Prices: Tickets for children 6 to 16 years are priced at CHF 15.
  • Entry for children under 6 years is free.

Swiss Museum Of Transport Ticket Prices

  • For ticket prices of other parts of this complex such as Planetarium and Chocolate Adventure, refer to the website.

How To reach Swiss Museum Of Transport by Public Transport

  • Bus: 6, 8, or 24, get off at Verkehrshaus
  • S3 train to Luzern Verkehrshaus
  • Take the ferry to Verkehrshaus Lido

Restaurants Near Swiss Museum Of Transport

  • Villa Hausermatte
  • Titlis-Huette
  • Hotel Seeburg

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  • It's a brilliant museum with so much fun and play for kids. There are so many things to do and to play both indoor and outdoor. Trampoline, little SBB train ride, ship ride, virtual aircraft controlling, long slide... The museum is big enough to entertain all kids and adults with different sorts of games and exhibitions. Kids can spend the whole day there and never get bored. There's a big restaurant in the museum. It serves different kind of food and definitely calm your hungry kids down. The museum is also very easy to be accessed by public transport(train+bus). Not far from the museum, you will see a piece of grassland with wonderful lake view, it's a perfect place for picnic before or after the museum tour.

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  • You almost need two days to see this incredible Museum. From the trains both old and new to the submarines boats planes and cars if you are not impressed with this Museum nothing will make you happy. The collection of classic cars in Swiss made automobiles is nothing short of world-class! I hope I get to come back one day and see the rest of the museum we spent 6 hours here and still only saw three-quarters of it.

  • Loved it... Keep ample of time when you visit it... Kids will love the outside play area and there are many interactive games inside where the adult can also play around.

  • Situated north of the river, which is only a few bus stops away from the central station. The exhibits were fine tastefully and well maintained. Should come if you enjoy looking at boats, cars, etc. Should take about 4 hours to go through the exhibits and interact with games. Worth the visit.

  • Neat experience. The museum is divided into various sections, all focusing on different transportation modes. There is a scale model of the Gotthard tunnel. There are classic cars on display, and ski lifts throughout the ages. The planetarium has a scale photograph of Switzerland that you can glide across (with booties) and locate various spots that have highlighted disks to match. Neat way to get the scale of travel, while it may look close on the photo, the actual trip will involve lots of elevation. Neat museum, especially if you have a particular interest in machines.

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