The TreasureChamber in Vaduz, the only museum of its kind in the Alps, focuses primarily on exhibits belonging to the Princes of Liechtenstein and other private collectors.
The exhibition entitled “The Principality, the World and Outer Space” will show a selection of items from the Princely Collections, including works of art made using precious materials, historic weapons and opulent presents belonging to rulers such as Prince Friedrich II of Liechtenstein and Emperor Kaiser Joseph II of Austria.
Also on display will be a number of exhibits from the collection belonging to Liechtenstein collector Adulf Peter Goop, including a selection of what is one of the world’s finest Easter egg collections. Highlights include many precious Russian Easter eggs, including the world-famous Apple Blossom Egg by Fabergé as well as other Fabergé Easter eggs and goldsmith masterpieces. Visitors will also be able to see lunar rocks collected by the astronauts on board Apollo 11 and Apollo 17 and read about how they made their journey from the Moon to the Principality of Liechtenstein. And, of course, the exhibition would not be complete without the famous design by Koloman Moser for the first postage stamp issued by Liechtenstein.
Daily from 10 a.m to 5 p.m. with exception of 24th, 25th and 31st December as well as 1st January
CHF 8.- , reduced CHF 6.-
Free admission with the Adventure Pass
The chip needed to open the two gates leading to the Treasure Chamber is available from the reception desk at the Postal Museum or the National Museum.
We would like to inform you that a maximum of 60 people at one time are allowed in the Treasure Chamber. We thank you for your understanding in case any waiting time occurs.