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Use Your Ticket for Free Admission to These Museums
Your concert ticket entitles you to free admission to the Kunstmuseum Luzern, and the Sammlung Rosengart (the Rosengart Collection), or you can take part in a free guided tour of the Hans Erni Museum. This is valid not only for the day of your concert but for the day before and the day after as well. Simply present your concert ticket at the box office upon entering each museum.
Hans Erni Museum
The detached building of Hans Erni Museum has been part of the Swiss Museum of Transport complex since 1979. The presentation of the collection documents the manifold facets of Erni’s work who has been engaged with historical, cultural, technical and ecological topics. On the ground floor objects from the Swiss Museum of Transport and the Hans Erni Museum connect the two institutions while the 2nd floor – apart from the auditorium with the striking mural Panta rhei – offers space for temporary exhibitions.
The Hans Erni Museum in the Swiss Museum of Transport offers visitors of LUCERNE FESTIVAL a free guided tour every day at 2 pm. Advance registration is obligatory via: firstname.lastname@example.org
This summer the Kunstmuseum Luzern is offering a triple art experience. First, an extensive presentation of the oeuvre of 91-year-old Marion Baruch will be on show, an artist who questions the art market, the world of work and participation in a critical, sensual and often humorous way. At the same time the exhibition “Alles echt! Werke aus der Sammlung” explores art strategies related to imitation, copy or illusion. Then Andreas Züst’s photographic research on the theme of “Ice” takes visitors into a fascinating world of forms and colours.
With the free admission to the Kunstmuseum Luzern you can also take part in a guided tour or event, Wednesdays 6 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m., according to the website.
Center of classical Modernism: The Rosengart Collection – world-class modern art – comprises unique groups of works by Paul Klee and Pablo Picasso as well as by 20 other world famous masters of the 19th and 20th centuries, including such artists as Monet, Matisse, Miró, and Chagall. The Museum is located in the center of Lucerne.