Museum Bergün Filisur
Albula Railway Museum
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Special exhibition "Neben der Spur - Off the track"
Sailing ships from Vienna glide through the Engadin and Bergell towards Lake Como. There they meet barges that come from Rotterdam through a gigantic system of pipes and locks at the Splügen Pass into Lake Como and continue on to Genoa. Sounds bizarre? The Maloja Inn Canal and the shipping route over the Splügen Pass are just two of many visionary projects that will be shown alongside the lost, the outlandish, the remote, the animalistic, etc.
The model railway workshop shows exceptional, detailed buildings, viaducts and tunnels of the Rhaetian Railway in the condition of the 1950s and 1960s in 0m scale. It was designed as a workshop. The builder Bernhard Tarnutzer is regularly on site and is happy to provide information about the construction and design of the facility. The demonstration time is indicated on site (usually from 15.00 h). You can also experience a virtual driver's cab ride through the model railway layout.
Driving simulator in the crocodile locomotive
Drive the loco 407 virtually through the Albulatal! Open Wednesday and Sunday 1.30 p.m. - 4.30p.m. Cost: CHF 10 per 15-minute drive (1 - 3 pers.)
Clà Ferrovia children's tour
Clà Ferrovia lost his whistle 100 years ago in the railway land. Help him find the lost whistle. An exciting children's tour leads through the permanent exhibition.
Büfèt in the railway museum
After your tour, treat yourself to a break at the Büfèt. And how about a souvenir from the museum shop?
Adults CHF 15.00
Children 6 – 15 years CHF 11.00
Children up to 6 years free
Grpuos from 10 persons CHF 13.00
Students up to 16 years CHF 9.00
Teachers / escorts CHF 15.00
Guided tour (registration required) CHF 85.00 plus entry
Tuesday - Friday 10.00am- 5.00pm
Saturday 10.00am - 6.00pm
Sunday and general holidays 10.00am - 5.00pm
Monday closed (in February, July - September open 10.00am - 5.00pm)
Parking is available at the museum
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