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Public days closed days or private visits (on request)

PUBLIC VISIT

The Kaeserberg are open for public visits about 100 days a year.

> open for public visits 2020 (pdf)
> see the rates

Whether alone, with family, friends, in a group, on these days you can visit us with or without reservation

The visit to the Kaeserberg begins with a movie (departures every 30 minutes between 10am and 3:30pm). It tells the story of the realization of a childhood dream and shows the most important stages of the 17-year construction of the installation. After the film, visitors are invited to discover a two-level car park with 160 trains and a "sound-light" sequence, and then to go up one floor to contemplate the network.

A visit to the Kaeserberg takes about 1h30 on average. Once in the museum, the visitor can stay as long as he wishes. The Kaeserberg close at 5pm.
The visit scenario envisages an alternation of day and night in an imaginary Switzerland of the 90s. Every half hour it gets dark for a full 6 minutes to simulate night-time.

DURING THE DAY

Some are working in the miniature world. Others are shopping, drinking coffee or exercising. Some students take a break and play, others go home. A few vintage cars take part in a rally and a group of tourists enjoy the sun deck on the paddle steamer Gallia, which is leaving the harbour. The circus Knie, just arrived, receives a television team. Meanwhile children enjoy the animals of the circus.

AT NIGHT

At night a magical mood lies on the miniature landscape. The details fade and the colours soften. New tones are coming up, shadows and electric lights. Ruins appear, church windows glow in their colours, flashing lights announce the police and car headlights illuminate the roadways. The detailed landscape gives way to a relief of light and shadow. Suddenly the trains, subtly lit and breathtakingly realistic, bring new movements and life in the miniature scene.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Whether icy cold in winter or glowing heat in summer, we have a pleasant climate all year round!

  • free outdoor parking and parking spaces, all of which are close to the entrance and accessible for wheelchairs and prams
  • the possibility to picnic on the avenue in the shade of a real locomotive or in the magnificent glass hall
  • diaper-changing tables
  • accessible for buggy’s
  • elevated places are available so that the little ones can also see over the barriers

    Only guide or assistance dogs with identification may be taken into the Kaeserberg. Other pets or animals are not allowed.

ACCESSIBILITY

The Kaeserberg is completely wheelchair accessible. A wheelchair is available at the reception. A barrier-free toilet with holder handles is at your disposal. All floors including the parking hall can be reached by elevator.

VISITOR GUIDE

Visit as a family

You are on vacation
or on a weekend

Your passion are the railways

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