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Verkehrshaus der Schweiz (De-En)

Nov 12, 2020   |   by Aline Paladino   |   26 comments

Das Verkehrshaus der Schweiz ist ein unschlagbares Ausflugsziel für Familien in Luzern. Kein anderes Museum bietet, unserer Meinung nach, so viele unterschiedliche Attraktionen für Kinder, Jugendliche und Erwachsene wie das Verkehrshaus. Deshalb ist das Verkehrshaus seit über 60 Jahren erfolgreich und hat seit der Eröffnung 1959 über 30 Millionen Besucherinnen und Besucher bereits empfangen.

Beim Verkehrshaus sind neue Austellungen und Vernastaltungen während des ganzen Jahres geplant und deshalb macht es so Spass immer wieder Neues mit den Kindern im Verkehrshaus zu erleben.

Aktuell – Logistik Erleben! Die Ausstellung bietet einen spannenden Blick hinter die Kulissen der Lieferketten.

Verkehrshaus der Schweiz – Permanente Ausstellungen

Hier sind einige Atrakttionen der permanenten Ausstellungen das Verkehrshaus.

Schienenverkehr
– Crocodile Lokomotive
– Dampflok Präsentation
– Zirkus Knie on the Road Ausstellung
– Giruno Zug Simulator
– Krane Simulator
– Gardenbahn
– Vieles mehr!

Luftfahrt
– Der Swiss-Welt
– Space Transformers
– Experience flight
– Rega Rettungsflugzeug
– Red Bull Stratos
– Air Traffic Control Spiel
– Flugzeug und Helikopter-Simulator

Schifffahrt
– Nautirama (Aktuell geschlossen aufgrund der Covid-19 – Feb 2021)
– Schweizer Livemap
– Mésoccaphe – August Piccard U-Boot
– Tourism flipper
– I-factory
– „Thalwil“ Schiff (Aktuell geschlossen aufgrund der Covid-19 – Feb 2021)

Strassenverkehr
– Auto Präsentation
– SEE YOU Spiegelnspiel
– Crashtest
– Monteverdi Ausstellung
– TCS-Kartpiste (Arena)

Swiss Chocolate Adventure
Ich empfinde das Swiss Chocolate Adventure perfekt für Touristen-Familien. Ich persönlich finde, dass die Kinder eher ein authentisches Schokoladen-Erlebnis in der Choco-Welt in Root oder im Lindt House of Chocolate in Zürich haben könnten. Das Swiss Chocolate Adventure erzählt die Schweizer-Schokolade-Geschichte, wie die Kakao-Bohnen in Ghana hergestellt werden und wie Lindt in Kilchberg, ZH die Schokolade bearbeitet. Am Schluss der Ausstellungen gibt es eine kleine Schokoladen-Degustation mit dem Lindt-Maitrê Chocolatier in dem Shop.

Familien-Veranstaltungen 2021

Die sind die geplanten Veranstaltungen für 2021. Wir empfehlen kurz auf der Verkehrshaus-Website nachzuschauen, ob sie stattfinden werden oder aufgrund der Corona-Pandemie verschoben werden mussten.

Camping Days 2021
26.03.2021 – 28.03.2021.
Truck Days 2021 – Besucherfahrten
30.03.2021 – 02.05.2021.
Road Days 2021
16.04.2021 – 18.04.2021.
Tourism and Ropeway Days 2021 (Thema Seilbahn)
14.05.2021 – 16.05.2021.
Rail Days (die Welt der Eisenbahn)
18. bis 20. Juni 2021.
Cycling Days 2021
09.07.2021 – 11.07.2021.
Air and Space Days
15. bis 17. Oktober 2021
Bob Run Days (Partner Olympia Bob Run St. Moritz-Celerina)
22. bis 24. Oktober 2021.

Infos und Eintrittspreise –
Tageskarte inkl. Verkehrshaus, Hans Enri Museum und Media World
Erwachsene/Adult Fr 32.-
Studenten (unter 26 Jahre alt) Fr 24.-
Kinder/Children (von 6 bis 16 Jahre alt) Fr 14.-
Kinder unter 6 Jahre alt kostenlos. Children under 6 years-old free of charge

Planetarium
Erwachsene/Adult Fr 16.-
Studenten (unter 26 Jahre alt) Fr 12.-
Kinder/Children (von 6 bis 16 Jahre alt) Fr 8.-
Kinder/Children unter 6 Jahre Fr 8.-

Swiss Chocolate Adventure
Erwachsene/Adult Fr 16.-
Studenten (unter 26 Jahre alt)Fr 12.-
Kinder/Children (von 6 bis 16 Jahre alt) Fr 8.-
Kinder/Children unter 6 Jahre Fr 8.-

Eintrittspreise-Reduktionen mit Coop Family Club, Raiffeisen Member Plus, Schweizer-Museumsspass, SBB Rail-Away Kombi-Tickets, KulturLegi, TCS Club und Swiss Travel Pass.

Öffnungszeiten
Das Museum bleibt bis 28. Februar geschlossen, sondern ist das Verkehrshaus 365 Tage im Jahr geöffnet. Im Sommer von 10:00 bis 18 Uhr. Im Winter, von 10:00 bis 17:00 Uhr.

Wir freuen uns über Deine Kommentare oder Feedback!

Danke fürs Lesen, lass Dich von unseren Familienerlebnissen inspirieren. =)

Verkehrshaus der Schweiz

Verkehrshaus Arena

Swiss Museum of Transport Lucerne – English

The Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne is for us the best family museum in Switzerland. It is also one of the most visited museums in Switzerland, all about transport and mobility is represented here. The Museum of Transport is located in a privileged and central point, near Lake Lucerne. Since was inaugurated – 60 years ago, it has received more than 30 million visitors.

The museum has different exhibitions: Rail and Road Transport, Navigation and Tourism, Aviation and Space Travel Halls. For the attractions Planetarium, Film Theater, Lindt Chocolate Adventure an additional ticket is needed.

What is best for families here?
Basically, all areas of the Museum have attractions that entertain children and adults! At the Swiss Museum of Transport, you will always discover and see new things every time you visit the museum!

Rail Transport Hall
– Crocodile electric locomotive
– Railway Stories
– Steam Locomotive show
– Knie on the Road (Swiss National Circus 100 Years Celebration)
– Mobility of the Future
– Giruno train simulator
– Draisine race
– Crane simulator
– Garden Railway (outside the Hall)
– And much more!

Road Transport Hall
– Car Theatre
– SEE YOU world of mirrors
– Crashtest
– Monteverdi exhibition (Swiss design of vehicles)
– Special logistics display
– World of Racing
– VW Truck
– Volkswagen Toy garage
– Traffic garden (outside)
– Road construction area (outside)
– Mini trolleybus rally (outside)

Navigation and Tourism Hall
– Nautirama (20 Min journey – November 2020 – Closed due to Covid-19)
– Livemap Switzerland –
– Mésoccaphe – Submarine August Piccard
– Habegger rope park
– Tourism flipper
– i-factory
– Play ship „Thalwil“ (update in November 2020 is the ship in maintenance services.)

Aviation and Space Travel Hall
– The world of Swiss
– Space Transformers
– Experience flight
– Airborne medical rescue
– Red Bull Stratos
– Air Traffic Control game
– Wondercave
– Airplane and helicopter simulator

Events and specials
Check it out the current events online. www.verkehrshaus.ch

Lindt Swiss Chocolate Adventure

One of the attractions of the Transport Museum in Lucerne is the Lindt Swiss Chocolate Adventure. Here, I will share with you how my experience was on the Lindt Swiss Chocolate Adventure.

Cocoa Path from Ghana to Switzerland
You enter a cart that slides between several rooms with screens; between the rooms, the lights go out, and we have the impression of being in a cinema. In the beginning, we can see some of Lindt’s production in Zurich, after we discovered the history of cocoa from the Aztecs. They consumed the cocoa in the form of a drink without sugar, which was called „liquid of the Gods.“
After some secrets of cocoa itself, with images of the preparation, drying, and fermentation of cocoa beans in Ghana, Africa. The country is the leading supplier of cocoa from Lindt and the world’s largest producer of cocoa. They export around $3 billion per year!

Arriving in Switzerland, cocoa is transformed into chocolate, and the conching is a part of the process. A shell-shaped machine moves the chocolate in and out, at a temperature of +-35 degrees, releases the odor of the chocolate, decreases the initial bitterness of cocoa, and makes the chocolate texture much better. This process of conching was discovered in 1826 by Phillip Suchard and developed by Rudolf Lindt in 1880. Lindt is keen to emphasize that the quality of Swiss chocolate is also partly due to the taste of alpine milk and the Swiss ingredients added to cocoa.

The history of Swiss Chocolate
The precursor was François-Luis Cailler, the founder of Nestlé. After graduating in Italy as Cioccolatieri (chocolatier), he opened in Vevey, in 1819, the first Swiss Chocolate manufactory. It paved the way for others such as Phillip Suchard, Rudolf Sprüngli (Rudolf’s Lindt father), Jean Tobler (chocolate Toblerone), and many others.

Back to the Grand Finale of the Lindt Swiss Chocolate Adventure is a chocolate tasting at the Lindt Store. Honestly, I expected more from the Lindt Swiss Chocolate Adventure! The ticket price is the same as the other Swiss Chocolate experiences with a considerable structure for kids. But if you are passing through Switzerland and don’t have time to visit any chocolate factory, in this case, it may be worthwhile. The children will be happy to have a Lindt chocolate experience.

Verkehrshaus der Schweiz – Swiss Museum of Transport

Lidostrasse 5, 6006 Luzern
Telefon: 041 375 75 75
info@verkehrshaus.ch
Swiss Museum of Transport
https://www.verkehrshaus.ch/startseite.html
Lidostrasse, 5
6006 Lucerne – Canton Lucerne
Tel: + 41 (0) 41 375-7575

The Swiss Museum of Transport is open every day of the year, during the summer (Jul-Ago) from 10 am to 6 pm, during winter (Jan-Feb) 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Thanks for reading!! Discover in our family blog outdoor adventure tips in Switzerland, family-friendly destinations, and much more!😊

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