Lucerne Swiss Museum of Transport Entrance Ticket

Duration: 8 hours
Destination: Switzerland, Switzerland, Lucerne

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  • 8 hours
  • Lucerne
  • E-Voucher
  • Lowest Price
  • Cancellable


Planes, trains, automobiles, and boats reign at the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne. Explore the past, present and future of travel all under one roof at this inspirational museum packed with exciting interactive exhibits, high-tech simulators and hands-on displays. Learn to fly an airplane and helicopter in the flight simulators; walk across a giant aerial photo of Switzerland; and see submarines, ships and steam locomotives galore.

Visit: Verkehrshaus der Schweiz, Lidostrasse 5, Lucerne 6006 Switzerland

Head inside the Swiss Museum of Transport with your entrance ticket and explore at leisure. The museum charts the development of rail, air, space, road and water travel with hands-on exhibits, simulators and multimedia displays. Your ticket gives you access to its key exhibition halls and areas, filled with more than 3,000 displays, making for a fun day out for adults and kids.

Visit the Aviation Hall to view historic aircraft and flying machines. The museum takes its exhibits to new heights with flight simulators that give you the rush of operating an airplane, helicopter, or hang glider.

When it's time to get grounded, walk around the Rail Transport Hall to see steam locomotives and model railways, and try your hand at negotiating tunnels, signals and bridges in train simulators.

Zoom over to the Road Transport Hall for the history of automobiles and to view 20 of the world’s most iconic cars. You can even turn into a crash-test dummy to experience a bruise-free collision in one interactive exhibit.

Other attractions include the Navigation Hall with its fascinating seagoing displays; the i-factory covering information technology; and the Swissarena where you can walk across a one-of-a-kind aerial photo of Switzerland that takes up an entire room.

Most people find two–three hours in the museum is sufficient, but your ticket lets you explore for as long as you like. For a supplement you can also visit the museum’s domed planetarium to witness its dazzling astronomical shows, and its Filmtheater to watch spectacular 3D and high-definition movies.

  • Access to permanent and temporary exhibitions
  • Entry/Admission - Verkehrshaus der Schweiz

  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Transportation to and from the museum
  • Other attractions: Filmtheatre, Planetarium, Swiss Chocolate Adventure
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Infant seats available
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
  • Auf dem gesamten Verkehrshaus-Areal gilt eine Zertifikatspflicht für Gäste ab 16 Jahren. Gäste unter 16 Jahren benötigen kein Zertifikat. Eine Zertifikats- und Identitätskontrolle wird am Haupteingang durchgeführt.

Departure Time

Lucerne Swiss Museum of Transport Entrance Ticket
1/1/2022 - 12/31/2022

Monday - Sunday : 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
1/1/2023 - 12/31/2023
Monday - Sunday : 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Voucher info

You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.


8 hours

For a full refund, cancel at least 3 days in advance of the start date of the experience.

User's Reviews


26 Jun, 2022

This was my second visit and this time I was disappointed to find that much of the former Alfa Romeo display had been given over to a RedBull experience (which cost extra) whilst the car select and view machinery was out of action. My Interrail pass although good for the ferry was not accepted as half payment and my Bernese Oberland pass did not start until the next day. I thought that CHF 64 for 2 people with no re-admission was a bit expensive for what at most could be a 3 hour visit that day. On the other hand the restaurant was good and not too dear. I would probably not go again on another visit to Switzerland.

Julia P

12 Sep, 2021

We did a huge mistake - did not study beforehand about the museum and planned only 1 hour for visit at the end of the day. So when came there the Museum representatives told us that we can just visit the inside yard cause there are 3 buildings with the content for which at least half of the day needed or even more. But even our visit to the inside yard shown us that the Museum is sooo cool, exciting and interesting for everybody - as for children, as for adults. Transport (all types) and logistics looks like so exciting huge field of activity. The Museum is constructed very interactively with huge portion of interesting and important information even if you are not connected to transport or logistics anyhow. For sure must visit. We are very upset that missed many interesting things there due to our wrong planning.


07 Aug, 2022

IMAX - Dinosaurs in the Antarctis - the cycles of warm and cold on our planet are interesting to learn about and let reflect about the actual climate warming

Janet M

23 Dec, 2021

The museum was about a 40 minute walk on the waterfront from our apartment (near the train station). We used our Swiss Travel Pass Flex for 50% discount on admission to the Swiss Transport Museum (saved 16 CHF per person). We also purchased tickets to the Swiss Chocolate Adventure (16 CHF per person, no discount). This is a large complex with outside and indoor displays, and lots of activities geared toward children. Buildings house the following: Aviation and Space Travel, Navigation and Tourism, Road Transport, Rail Transport, plus the main building where there is a gift shop, food court, restrooms, etc. We started with the Swiss Chocolate Adventure multi-media and sensory experience that lasted about 30 minutes. You are loaded into a car that resembles a chocolate cube. The ride makes ten stops at displays for you to learn about the origins, cultivation, and production of chocolate. We smelled the warm scent of cocoa, watched a short film to learn how chocolate is made, and finished with a complimentary sample(s) of Lindt’s chocolate. Next up we wondered over to the Aviation & Space building. We stood in line for about 30 minutes to experience the jet airplane flight simulator, which was just OK. Other highlights of our visit included the Car Theatre. It’s an innovative, interactive presentation area with a multi-level gallery. At scheduled times during the day, visitors use a red signal button to select their favorite vehicle from the 80 different carriages, bicycles and automobiles dated between 1860 and 2005 that are stacked six-high on shelves. The specially developed fully automatic parking system brings the item that has been selected out on a turntable for a closer look. Very unique, but very hot inside this building!! Overall we enjoyed our visit.


13 Sep, 2021

Probably the best I did for kids , really large and fun place. Lot of attractions for kids even young (3 y old) We stay there for 3h1/2 and she never get bored. Sure at the end she even don’t visit all as just look and read history not really easy for that age!! For myself I enjoy toi to see all that various equipment ! Just regréât don’t have mutch access to inside the train!

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