The Cathedral Treasure Museum comprises of two groups of objects: The actual cathedral treasure and the cycle of murals of the death pictures from 1543, both of which are exhibited on two floors and are of unique value to visitors of all ages and specialists.
With the expansion (2014-2016), the Graubünden Art Museum has become one of the most attractive museums in Switzerland for the public. It sees itself as a centre for art in and from Graubünden with international appeal.
The Forum Würth Chur regularly presents exhibitions from the collection of Reinhold Würth, one of the most important private collections in Europe. Among the approximately 18,000 works are numerous sculptures. In the sculpture park near the Würth International headquarters in Chur, works by Niki de Saint-Phalle, Jean Tinguely and Bernhard Luginbühl, among others, are on display.
The Viticulture Museum "Torculum" presents a fascinating exhibition that allows visitors to see the work and events inside and outside the Torculum. At the same time, the Viticultural Museum is a place that is ideal for social events.
In the middle of the picturesque Old Town of Chur, the Rhaetian Museum presents Bündner history and stories from its beginnings to the present day. A permanent exhibition on four floors and changing special exhibitions invite visitors to take a journey through the centuries.