Kunsthaus Zurich (Fine Arts Museum)
Kunsthaus Zürich © Anita Affentranger
Devoted for the most part to 19th and 20th century artwork, the Kunsthaus Zurich (Zurich Fine Arts Museum) is a cultural drawcard for any art lover. Holding one of the largest collections of works by Edvard Munch outside Norway, as well as works by renowned modern artists such as Chagall, Picasso, Monet, Rothko and the Expressionists, Kokoschka, Beckmann and Corinth to name a few, there is a whole host of quality artwork for the visitor to marvel at. Visitors can also view the creative talents of cutting edge Swiss artists such as the sculptor and painter Alberto Giacometti, and well-known Swiss duo Fischli/Weiss. Situated in a sophisticated building with contemporary exhibitions, a trip to the Kunsthaus Zurich makes for a very rewarding cultural day out.
Address: Heimplatz 1
Telephone: 044 253 84 84
Transport: Tram 3 or bus 31 from Hauptbahnhof (Zurich main station) to Kunsthaus
Opening times: Wednesday to Friday 10am to 8pm. Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday 10am to 6pm
Admission: Collection: Sfr22 (adults), Sfr14 (concessions), children 16 and under free.