Walser Museum in Triesenberg
The Walser Museum documents the culture and history of the Walser immigrants who settled on the Triesenberg in the 13th century. Rural and domestic life is impressively depicted. By presenting the peculiarities of the Walser people, the Walser Museum sets itself apart from other museums of local history.
Visitors learn lots of interesting facts about the history of the Walser people, the history of the parish and the agriculture, timber and livestock farming that formed the basis of the population's livelihood.
The Walser house next door documents the living culture of the 19th century and provides a moving insight into the simplicity of living. The visit is only possible as part of a guided tour.
The multivision show provides 25 minutes of information about village life in the past and present with wonderful pictures, exciting texts and typical music.
Monday - Friday 8 am - 12 pm and 1.30 - 6 pm
Saturday 8 am - 12 pm
Admission (incl. multivision show)
Adults: 5.- Swiss francs
Children: until 15 years free of charge
Free entry with the Adventure Pass
10 to 20 persons CHF 4.-
From 21 persons CHF 3.-
Guided tour CHF 90.- + entrance
Multivision show CHF 60.- + entrance