The Kunsthaus Zurich is an art museum situated in the city of Zurich, Switzerland. The museum was opened in 1910 after being designed by architects Karl Mosser and Robert Curjel, the building has been extended multiple times since as the museum's collection has grown. The collection the museum holds is claimed to be one of the most important in Europe, with art from the Middle Ages to Contemporary art with a heavy influence of Swiss art. The museum has works of art by many famous artists such as Pablo Picasso, Edvard Munch and Claude Monet. The museum is run by the Kunstgesellschaft foundation.
The closest tram stop to the museum is ‘Kunsthaus’ which is accessible by the number 3, 5 and 9 trams. You can also travel by bus to the ‘Kunsthaus’ stop, the 31 bus travels there. The best-situated parking spaces if travelling by car can be found in the 'Parkhaus Hohe Promenade' on the Rämistrasse.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open six days of the week, Tuesday to Sunday 10am-6pm except for Wednesdays and Thursdays when the museum is open until 8 pm. Adult admission is set at 23CHF with concessions set at 18CHF, children enter for free. If travelling in a group the museum requests to be notified before you arrive.