Lucerne Swiss Museum of Transport Entrance Ticket

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Lucerne Swiss Museum of Transport Entrance Ticket

From $34.62 per person

Switzerland's most visited museum is a place to experience the history of mobility. Its interactive attractions are sure to win you over - whatever the weather.

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Duration 1 day
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Wheelchair accessible

Experience

Highlights
  • Explore the fascinating, interactive museum independently at your own pace
  • Uncover the past, present and future of rail, road, space and water transport from 3,000 exhibits
  • Feel the thrill of flying in the airplane or helicopter flight simulators
  • Choose your dream car in the Car Theatre and climb aboard a penny-farthing
  • Announce the news yourself and view the world through VR goggles at the Media World
  • Get discounted entry to Switzerland's largest screen in the Filmtheatre, the most modern Planetarium and the Swiss Chocolate Adventure
Full description
Head inside the Swiss Museum of Transport with your entrance ticket and explore at leisure. The museum charts the development of rail, air, space, road and water travel with hands-on exhibits, simulators and multimedia displays. Your ticket gives you access to its key exhibition halls and areas, filled with more than 3,000 displays, making for a fun day out for adults and kids. Visit the Aviation Hall to view historic aircraft and flying machines. The museum takes its exhibits to new heights with flight simulators that give you the rush of operating an airplane, helicopter or hang glider. When it's time to get grounded, walk around the Rail Transport Hall to see steam locomotives and model railways, and try your hand at negotiating tunnels, signals and bridges in train simulators. Zoom over to the Road Transport Hall for the history of automobiles and to view 20 of the world’s most iconic cars. You can even turn into a crash-test dummy to experience a bruise-free collision in one interactive exhibit. Other attractions include the Navigation Hall with its fascinating seagoing displays; the i-factory covering information technology; and the Swissarena where you can walk across a one-of-a-kind aerial photo of Switzerland that takes up an entire room. The Media World presents the multifaceted world of media: amongst other things, visitors can produce their own content in a professional TV studio, practice their directing skills, test the editing suite, and discover the opportunities up-to-the-minute media technologies have to offer. Most people find two–three hours in the museum is sufficient, but your ticket lets you explore for as long as you like. For a supplement you can also visit the museum's domed planetarium to witness its dazzling astronomical shows, or its Filmtheater to watch spectacular 3D and high-definition movies.
Includes
  • Entrance ticket
  • Access to permanent and temporary exhibitions
  • Entrance to the Media World
  • Food and drink
  • Transportation to and from the museum
  • Other attractions: Film Theatre, Planetarium, Swiss Chocolate Adventure
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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4.6 /5

based on 47 reviews

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  • Service
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What an unexpected delight

We took our children (6 & 9yrs old) and they had an absolute ball. There was so much to do in there and we especially loved the space exhibition and the amazing rotating machine. If we had stayed longer in Lucerne, l would have gone back there again as we couldn’t get through it all in one visit.

October 4, 2019

Good interactions and educational presentations, mainly on the railways, construction site in the outdoor area is very creative and practical, the steerable ships and trucks did not work despite admitting the requested coin, so the question is whether the free admission would work better. The demonstration about the moon landing is not accessible to smaller children, as they are only available from the age of 8 or over. 6 years are, (our grandchildren are 3 and 5) the many film offers are suitable for the bad weather program, the facility and the interior and the restaurant are well-kept and clean, we spent an eventful day, best regards, m Emch

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August 1, 2019

Do watch the movies and go for the chocolate show in which they tell u how they make the famous Swiss chocolate.

October 19, 2019

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