Museum Neuthal Textil- und Industriekultur
In the former spinning mill of Adolf Guyer-Zeller, guests can immerse themselves in the industrial heyday of the region around Neuthal. Four main themes are presented within the history-steeped factory walls: hydropower, spinning, weaving, and embroidery.
Visitors can learn all about the use of hydropower, view a fascinating collection of weaving machines with pieces dating from 1860 to 1996, and discover how the home and factory workers lived in bygone days and what their employer, Adolf Guyer-Zeller, had to do with the Jungfrau Railway.
Numerous volunteers from the Neuthal Industrial Heritage Association devote themselves to the preservation of the machines and take interested visitors on a guided tour through the museum.
10.00am – 4.00pm
|Zürich Main Station||24.6 km||49 min|
|Zürich Airport||24.8 km||65 min|
Im Neuthal 6