Top-Rated Tourist Attraction and Top Things to do in Winterthur

Top-Rated Tourist Attraction and Top Things to do in Winterthur: Kunstmuseum, Fotomuseum, Technorama, Nachbarsgarten, Schloss Kyburg.


For a delightful walk around a strong accumulation of the nineteenth and twentieth-century works of art, make a beeline for Winterthur’s city workmanship historical center. A considerable lot of the standard suspects, from Klee to Monet, van Gogh and Rodin, are spoken to, alongside metaphorical works by Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti and a great slew of contemporary makers. The historical center likewise arranges top-cabinet transitory displays, for example, ongoing ones homing in on Goya and Alexander Calder. English-dialect audioguides cost Sfr3.


The immense gathering at Winterthur’s exceptional photography historical center highlights awesome names and styles from the nineteenth century to the present, zooming in on everything from design to workmanship and engineering. The extra photograph demonstrates are organized over the road in the gallery’s two accomplice foundations, the Fotostiftung and Zentrum für Fotografie. Purchase a Kombi ticket (Sfr19) to visit every one of the three. Take transport 2 to Fotozentrum.


Had enough craftsmanship? Shouldn’t something be said about a science session? Technorama is a phenomenal voyage into the numerous universes of hands-on science. Incorporating four stick pressed floors of shows, it offers around 500 intelligent encounters (clarified in English, French, German and Italian) that can’t neglect to entrance children, and a lot of grown-ups as well. Take transport 5 from the Hauptbahnhof. Swiss Museum Pass not acknowledged.


A one-man-band affair in the kitchen, this little restaurant on the fringes of Winterthur is wonderfully inviting, with warm wood, bistro lighting and cheek-by-jowl tables. On the menu: creative salads (Italian fennel with fig, Parma ham and fresh herbs, for instance), pasta dishes, tarte flambée and belly-warming classics like pork roast with port-wine jus and buttery Spätzle (egg noodles).

Schloss Kyburg

On a rocky spur above the Töss River and with its riot of turrets, Schloss Kyburg is one of Eastern Switzerland’s most important medieval feudal castles, first mentioned in 1027. The museum brings interactive fun to the ancient castle buildings; try on a suit of armour – but not the torture instruments… Take the S-Bahn to Effretikon, then bus 655 to Kyburg. The journey takes 30 minutes each way.