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The Raetian Museum is housed in a baroque patrician house built in 1675 and illustrates and imparts the history of Graubünden. In addition to the permanent exhibition, which includes archaeological, historico-cultural, and ethnographic objects from all over Graubünden Canton from pre- and early history to the present, a diverse programme of exhibitions deals with contemporary Grison culture and history. The public can explore these topics at a wide range of events.
A visit is worthwile also for young guests: Children can get a big key from the ticket desk which opens a box in every room. Inside the box is child-friendly information about the theme of the room to complement the guides which are geared toward adults.
The small but exquisite shop offers little bits of Graubünden's history for you to take home with you. Literature, gifts and souvenirs - there is a diverse range of high-quality products.
- Adults: CHF 6.00
- Students: CHF 4.00
- Children until 16 years: free
- Monday: closed
- Tuesday - Sunday: 10am - 5pm
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