Opening times

Museum

Tu – Su 10:00 - 17:00

Mo closed

Café du Château

Mo – Su closed

Special opening times

Su 8/1/2021 10:00 - 17:00 Swiss National Day

Su 9/19/2021 10:00 - 17:00 Federal Day of Thanksgiving, Repentance and Prayer (Sunday)

Mo 9/20/2021 closed Federal Day of Thanksgiving, Repentance and Prayer (Holiday Monday)

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Opening times

Museum

Tu – Su 10:00 - 17:00

Mo closed

Café du Château

Mo – Su closed

Special opening times

Su 8/1/2021 10:00 - 17:00 Swiss National Day

Su 9/19/2021 10:00 - 17:00 Federal Day of Thanksgiving, Repentance and Prayer (Sunday)

Mo 9/20/2021 closed Federal Day of Thanksgiving, Repentance and Prayer (Holiday Monday)

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  • Exhibition | 21.03. - 10.10.2021
    GAMES

Museum open

We are happy to welcome you to the Château de Prangins during regular opening hours. For your safety, please take note of the precautionary measures. Due to the official regulations, the number of people permitted in the museum is limited, which can lead to waiting times, especially on weekends.

Due to these restrictions and the high attendance of our exhibition GAMES, we have temporarily introduced a ticketing system per time slot of max. 30 minutes for the visit of GAMES. Therefore, you will only be granted access to GAMES during the time slot indicated on your ticket, but will be able to visit the rest of the museum during the entire day. We apologise in advance for any inconveniences caused.

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Reformation in the countryside

While Zwingli was preaching the Reformed faith in Zurich in the 16th century, the altered circumstances of life led to frictions in the countryside on a greater and lesser scale.

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A dark chapter in Switzerland’s history

Abused, not cared for – these few words sum up the fate of countless children, adolescents and adults in Switzerland up into the 1970s. Under the title ‘Vom Glück vergessen’ (Forgotten by happiness), the Rätisches Museum Chur vividly brings to life for its audience the reality of ‘enforced welfare measures’.

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