Museum Alpenstadt Chur

The Cathedral Treasure Museum Chur

Domschatz: Eucharistiekästchen
The Cathedral Treasure Museum comprises of two groups of objects: The actual cathedral treasure and the cycle of murals of the death pictures from 1543, both of which are exhibited on two floors and are of unique value to visitors of all ages and specialists.

Description

The Cathedral Treasure Museum comprises of two groups of objects: The actual cathedral treasure and the cycle of murals of the death pictures from 1543, both of which are exhibited on two floors and are of unique value to visitors of all ages and specialists.

The location of the museum, the baroque Episcopal Palace in Chur, is a grown cultural monument of national importance and also one of the most important secular buildings in Graubünden.

Prices

Adults: CHF 8.- 
Adolescents from 16 years on: CHF 5.- 
IV, AHV: CHF 5.-  
Children up to 16 years, accompanied by a parent or legal guardian: For free 

Guided tours
CHF 150.- flat rate  + reduced entry price (CHF 5.-) per person

Combined ticket with entry to the Raetian Museum

Normal entry price for both museums: CHF 10.- 
Reduced entry price for both museums: CHF 7.- 

The combined ticket ist available in both museums.  It is stamped at the entrance. It does not necessarily have to be redeemed on the same day. 

Opening hours

September and October 2020: TUE-SAT, 11am -5pm 

November 2020 - April 2021: TUE-SAT, 2pm - 5pm

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