James Joyce Foundation
James Joyce spent much of WWI in Zürich and wrote Ulysses here. This foundation, which boasts Europe's largest Joyce collection, hosts...
From any position in the city, it’s hard to overlook the 13th-century tower of this church. Its prominent clock face, 8.7m in diameter,...
The 13th-century cathedral is renowned for its stunning, distinctive stained-glass windows, designed by the Russian-Jewish master Marc...
An opulent art-deco theatre with a stage, mezzanine floor and bars arranged around the dance floor, Zürich’s ‘establishment’ club plays...
The menu (in eight languages) at this huge, atmospheric beer hall with ample sidewalk seating offers more than a dozen varieties of...
Bahnhofstrasse 31 · interesting places nearby
Beyer Museum information
Inside the premises of a purveyor of fine timepieces is this little jewel of a small museum, which chronicles the rise of timekeeping, from striated medieval candles to modern watches. To see short videos of the most creative pieces in action (Moses striking a rock with his staff to bring forth water, a magician who lifts cups to reveal ever-changing geometric shapes), ask staff for a loaner iPad.