Lawena Museum – the history of electricity
Liechtenstein Power Stations operate a museum of electricity in Triesen.
The age of the exhibits range from 1910 to the present day. This dedicated exhibition explores the history of the iron, the electric stove, the washing machine, the radiator, the vacuum cleaner and much more. The museum offers fascinating insights into the development of electric domestic equipment over 100 years. In addition, a special exhibition on "electrical measuring equipment" is also presented on the third floor. A generator and switchgear dating from the year 1926 can also be seen in the Power House.
Each last Sunday in the months of March to June and August to October from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Group guided tours
Guided tours are available each week throughout the year from Mon.-Sat., by prior arrangement.
For guided tours: On request
During regular opening hours: Free (donation possible)
The conference room provides space for up to 50 people but can only be booked in combination with a guided tour.
Location / how to get to the museum
By post bus from Vaduz or Balzers, bus stop Säga. Then approx. 15 minutes by foot to Lawena Power Station (after the restaurant "Zur Alten Eiche"). By car to the Sägastrasse junction (between Triesen and Balzers), after approx. 650 m the last building on the left-hand side (after the restaurant "Zur Alten Eiche").
© Liechtensteinische Kraftwerke/Verein «Pro Lawena Museum», Triesen