Lucerne's history museum is cleverly organised into a series of attention-grabbing themed sections, each interpreted in German or...
At this hands-on museum full of stuffed critters and creepy crawlies, highlights include a woodland trail with real trees, plus the...
For a bird’s-eye view over Lucerne’s rooftops to the glittering lake and mountains beyond, wander the medieval ramparts. A walkway is...
Passionately run by the Galliker family for over four generations, this old-style, wood-panelled tavern attracts a lively bunch of...
Downriver from Kapellbrücke, this 1408 structure is darker and smaller but entirely original. Lore has it that this was the only bridge where Lucerne's medieval villagers were allowed to throw Spreu (chaff) into the river. Here, the roof panels consist of artist Caspar Meglinger’s movie-storyboard-style sequence of paintings, The Dance of Death, showing how the plague affected all levels of society.