The Engadine Museum in St. Moritz reopened to visitors on 20 May for the 2020 summer season – with due observance, of course, of all the protective measures that have been devised by the Swiss Museums Association and tailored to our specific local needs.
The historical rooms and exhibits – some of them up to 500 years old – can be explored individually with the museum’s free tablet e-guides, each of which is thoroughly cleaned after every use. Visitors may also download all the e-guide’s content onto their smartphone if they prefer. The intuitive e-guide is especially popular with children, and provides a wealth of information (and several surprises) about the displays and Engadine history in an appealing blend of text, images, sound and film.
In addition to the current “Hartmann – Architecture of a Family” special exhibition, we continue to feature “From bran spewers to squirrel cages”, our small selection of animal-themed items from the Campell collection which range from a large bear trap to a magnificent hunting trophy.
We further offer special admission rates for Engadine residents and free admission for children under 16.