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Zentrum Paul Klee

The Zentrum Paul Klee- the landscape sculpture by Italian architect Renzo Piano- goes beyond the scope of the traditional art museum. Temporary exhibitions, guided tours and events that include concerts, theatre, readings and workshops at the Kindermuseum Creaviva underscore the appeal of the world’s most important collection of works by Paul Klee. As a conference centre the Zentrum Paul Klee boasts the ideal infrastructure.

 

 

Museum of Fine Arts Berne

The Kunstmuseum Bern is Switzerland’s oldest fine art museum with a permanent collection ranging from Gothic times tothe present. With currently over 3,000 paintings and sculptures as well asaround 48,000 drawings, prints, photographs, videos and films, it boasts notonly one of Switzerland’s leading collectionsbut also international renown. The great diversity of its collection, includingworks by Ferdinand Hodler, Paul Klee, Albert Anker, ...

 

Abegg-Stiftung

When a unique historic textile needs to be conserved, the Abegg-Stiftung, as a renowned international centre of com-petence in this art, has the necessary know-how. Here textiles are researched and conserved according to highest standards.

The Abegg-Stiftung is attractive to the general public because it houses one of the world’s most important textile collections. Visitors are invited to discover precious fabrics and other ...

 

Bernisches Historisches Museum / Einstein Museum

The Bernisches Historisches Museum is one of the most important museums of cultural history in Switzerland. Its collections of history, archaeology and ethnography include approximately 500,000 objects dating from the Stone Age to the present and representing cultures from all over the world. The integrated Einstein Museum offers an account of the life and work of the famous physicist and places it in a fascinating manner in the context of ...

 

Natural History Museum

Bern’s Natural History Museum is one of the best renowned in Switzerland. Its historic dioramas exhibitions of native and exotic animals are unique in Central Europe and form the basis of the institution’s international reputation. Bern’s oldest museum has made a name for itself in recent years by holding attractive thematic exhibitions such as «c’est la vie or the brand new exhibition «Apocalypse – End Without End». One of the ...

 

Museum of Communication

More direct access than ever before: besides interactive displays, surprising objects and large-scale video screens, visitors to the Museum of Communication will now also be introduced to the fascinating world of communication by people made of flesh and blood, by our communicators.
A stagecoach, microchip implants or an original getaway car used in the robbery of the century? The new core exhibition examines all forms of communication, ...