- Address: Kunsthaus Zürich Heimplatz 1 8001 Zurich, Switzerland
- Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: 41-442538484
- Ticket Price: 15 CHF
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art Museum, Family And Kids, Arts And Crafts
Kunsthaus - Review
The Kunsthaus Zurich houses a standout amongst the most vital craftsmanship accumulations in Switzerland and Europe, gathered throughout the years by the neighborhood craft cooperation called Zurcher Kunstgesellschaft. The accumulation compasses from the Middle Ages to contemporary craft, with a stress on Swiss symbolization. The historical center was drawn-up by engineers Karl Moser and Robert Curjel, and opened in 1910. The display center's gathering incorporates works from Edvard Munch, Jacques Lipchitz and Alberto Giacom. This art museum is one that has one of the best collections in all of Europe and should certainly be a part of the itinerary of all tourists who visit Zurich.
- All Swiss school classes up to Matura- free of charge.
- Students, apprentices, those attending school, single- concessions.
- University seminar groups from the city and canton of Zurich- free of charge.
- All other University seminar groups- concessions.
- Pensioners, disabled- concessions.
- On Wednesday admission to the Collection is free of charge for all visitors.
Kunsthaus Ticket Prices
- Adults: CHF 15/10 (concessions) incl. Audio Guide (German/English/French/Italian)
- Groups of over 20: CHF 10 per person
Combined ticket for all temporary exhibitions and the collection:
- Adults: CHF 25/18 (concessions)
- Groups of over 20: CHF 18
How To reach Kunsthaus by Public Transport
- Kunsthaus Station Tram: 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 15 ; Buses: 31, 33, 34
Restaurants Near Kunsthaus
- Dapur Indonesia Restaurant – Indonesian
- Didi's Frieden – International
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Things to Know Before Visiting Kunsthaus
67.1% of people who visit Zurich include Kunsthaus in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
32.9% of people start their Kunsthaus visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Kunsthaus
74.53% of people prefer walking in order to reach Kunsthaus
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Kunsthaus, Zurich Reviews
Beautiful art museum...buy the zurich card. Which entitles to free asmissiadmission to this and other museums , in Zurich, of course. The medieval art collection of courses wonderful. The painting of Jesus on the cross shows of very personalized and accessible Jesus, and is very touching. Other medieval paintings are fabulous. The impressionist section is on the second floor, and there are two huge Monet water lilies... situated in sufficiently large room that you can enjoy them from the cushioned chair in the middle of the room.
A really nice museum. They have a nice collection of Swiss artist, along with many of the old Masters in their collection. And they rotate the exhibits, so I always find something new. As a bonus, a visit to the main collection is free on Wednesdays.
Well reviewed and received art museum. Have to admit, not one of my favorites. The space was a bit....depressing. Not all of the art work was displayed in the best way. I did enjoy the Rodin ‘Gates of Hell’ sculpture out front. One of the most impressive sculptures I have seen. Surprised it is not in the Rodin Museum in Paris. Still, this is an art museum worthy of your visit.
Fantastic museum - one of a kind experience for everyone, regardless of whether you're an art lover or not. If you are, you absolutely MUST go there! It took me about 5-6 hours to peruse everything that it had to offer, from art from almost every century and in a variety of styles - Impressionist, Renaissance, Modernist, Cubist, Expressionist, and SO much more. It features famous artists such as Picasso, Monet, Warhol, Van Gogh, a few of my favorites. P.S. I'm a huge fan of Dadaims and Kunsthaus features one of the world's largest collections of Dadaist art! Awesome!
One of the best museums I've ever seen and no crowds! Worth the entry price, and the new extension will only make it better. A must see.