A miniature world in which a multitude of trains travel in an imaginary Switzerland with small life scenes. Everything is designed for families with children.
Pleasant indoor climate all year round!
Children under 7 years:
Young people from 7 up to 15 years old: CHF 10.00
Adults from 16 years: CHF 18.00
Groups from 20 paying persons: CHF 15.00 / adult
The visit to the Kaeserberg begins with a film that tells the story of the realisation of a dream and presents the stages of the museum's 17th anniversary. After the film, the visitors are invited to explore the main station of the model railway, and then to view the landscape of the model railway one floor up.
The visitor will be amazed by the level and degree of perfection offered and the time spent on the model train will not leave him time to discover this extraordinary fresco. The total amazement he will feel is accompanied only by the curiosity to discover the countless facets of this "animated painting", whose thousand details have all been treated with special care.
From FRIBOURG railway station:
> Take line 9 in the direction of Jo-Siffert. Get off at the stop "Rte du Coteau" and walk for 5 minutes.
> Line 3 in the direction of Jura, to the "Jura Chassotte" stop. From there its a 10 minute walk.
Bus timetable for arrival :
Freiburg train station to Kaeserberg : bus line 9 or bus line 3
Bus timetable for the return journey :
from Kaeserberg to Freiburg railway station : bus line 9 or bus line 3
From GIVISIEZ railway station:
> Take line 9 in the direction of Charmettes (mo-fr) or in the direction of Fribourg (sa/so). Get off at the stop "Rte du Coteau" and walk for 5 minutes.
bus line 9 from Givisiez (in french)
bus line 9 to Givisiez (in french)
Motorway A12, exit 8, Freiburg Nord, direction Freiburg, then follow the official signs (brown signs)
Free parking in the underground car park and outside (for car and bus)
> See the itinerary:
Motorway A12, exit 7, Freiburg center, direction Freiburg, then follow the official signs from the SOCAR petrol station (brown signs)
Extra parking spaces are available for guests with reduced mobility. In addition, elevators, spacious toilets and if desired, a wheelchair with a raised seat are available.
A must see for every railway fan!Wether you are an amateur of model railways or real trains, this is a place not to be missed. The tour starts with a movie which shows the history of the place. In the showrooms there are kilometers of tracks going through a great variety of typical landscapes with model trains running like clockwork.
It is not open every day, so check the web site before you go there.
> Tripadvisor, Sept 2017
A fantastic display of train modelling in the 21st century! For a train modeller of 50 years one could see so much how the hobby has evolved. Huge display on 3 levels with a short film at the start. Then a self guided visit over the 3 levels with a running visual commentary/expalnation. You admire the trains as day turns to night and then the sun rises again.Fantastic sound display as well. Great for young and young at heart train enthusiasts. Well worth the diversion if in the region.
> Tripadvisor, Apr 2017
Great way to spend some time.I went there with my 2 years old and it was very interesting. First a video explaining how all the museum was made and then you can profit of the miniature trains. Really fun to watch with so much great details.
> Tripadvisor, July 2016
A fantastic trip back time!I visited the place with a bunch of kids, not sure who was the youngest, them or me? Marvel to see, dreams of when trains still made noises.
> Tripadvisor, Aug 2016
According to the recent decisions of the Federal Council, the presentation of a Covid certificate is now mandatory for all visitors of the Kaeserberg from the age of 16.
We therefore ask all visitors to arrive 15 minutes early and to have an official ID and the Covid certificate ready before entering the Kaeserberg.
We look forward to your next visit !