The most important collection of Classical Modernism in Zurich, coupled with attractive temporary exhibitions, make a visit to the Kunsthaus an absolute must for art enthusiasts.
Most important collection of Classical Modernism in ZurichHighlights of Swiss painting and sculptureNew extension opens in 2021
Besides masterpieces by Alberto Giacometti, the museum presents the largest Munch collection outside of Norway, great names such as Picasso, Monet and Chagall, and leading representatives of the Expressionist movement. In addition, it features key works from the late-20th and 21st centuries. Zurich’s Concrete artists and contemporary Swiss artists such as Pipilotti Rist and Peter Fischli/David Weiss are also represented.
Larger, More Flexible, More Attractive
Fans of art and architecture are eagerly looking forward to the new extension of the Kunsthaus Zürich. Designed by British architect David Chipperfield, the clear geometric volume flooded with light is scheduled to open in 2021. The extensive central hall offers new spaces for the public. A multi-functional banquet hall can also be used for concerts. In addition, the so-called “Art Garden” creates an organic connection to the surrounding neighborhood.
|Permanent collection||Temporary exhibitions||Combined ticket
(Temporary exhibitions & permanent collection)
|Regular||CHF 16||CHF 23||CHF 26|
|Concessions||CHF 11||CHF 18||CHF 19|
Thursdays from 6pm to 8pm is Legi evening: Students and teachers pay only CHF 5 admission.
On Wednesday, admission to the collection is free.
Due to the measures adopted against the spread of the Coronavirus, the Kunsthaus Zürich remains closed until further notice.