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Museo Ciäsa Granda

The museum is housed in the Ciäsa Granda, a patrician house in Stampa, built between 1568 – 1581. In the Giacometti – Varlin hall the visitor will find works by Giovanni, Augusto, Alberto and Diego Giacometti, as well as by Varlin (Willy Guggenheim). On other floors there is a comprehensive collection of the fauna and the minerals of the region. Also presented is the working of serpentine, the chestnut, a smithy and the trade of the pastry bakers from the Grisons. Part of the museum is the atelier of Giovanni Giacometti, where also Alberto worked until his demise. For information regarding temporary exhibitions, as well as the opening hours, kindly consult the homepage www.ciaesagranda.ch.

This museum greets you in the following languages: D/F/I/E
Opening 1953

Alberto Giacometti, portrait Eli Lotar III, 1965, detail
Alberto Giacometti, portrait Eli Lotar III, 1965, detail
Giovanni Giacometti, 'Paradies', circa 1907
Giovanni Giacometti, 'Paradies', circa 1907
Diego Giacometti, 'la promenade des amis', 1976
Diego Giacometti, 'la promenade des amis', 1976

Current exhibitions

daily chores

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Works on paper, including prints

The exhibition is documented in the following languages:
daily chores

BERGELL VIS A VIS

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Portfolio with 30 lithographs and an accompanying text by John Berger, as well as original drawings in addition to the portfolio.

The exhibition is documented in the following languages:
BERGELL VIS A VIS
  • Regional and local
    Regional and local
  • Art
    Art
  • Science
    Science

Location of the museum

Strada Cantonale 102
7605 Stampa

Open

1 June - 20 October
Wednesday - Monday, 14 - 17 o'clock
Tuesday closed
Groups of six and more people, also possible when closed

Admission

Adult CHF 8.00
Children CHF 4.00

Contact

Museo Ciäsa Granda
Strada Cantonale 102
7605 Stampa
081 822 17 16 Telephone
info@ciaesagranda.ch
http://ciaesagranda.ch
  • Member of the Swiss Museums Association.
    Member of the Swiss Museums Association.
  • Parking
    Parking
  • Shop
    Shop
  • Very children and family-friendly
    Very children and family-friendly
  • Good accessibility with public transport
    Good accessibility with public transport