Museum Langmatt Stiftung Sidney und Jenny Brown
The Museum Langmatt in Baden is unique in the Swiss museum scene. This Art Nouveau villa belonging to the industrialist couple Sidney and Jenny Brown-Sulzer is home to a select art collection featuring French Impressionists. It was assembled in the early 20th century, with a great deal of personal passion. The villa’s unmistakable charm lies in its presentation of outstanding pictures from art history in historic living spaces, surrounded by an idyllic park.
Today, this grand villa, which is largely preserved with its original accoutrements, is subject to a preservation order. A place for peace, recuperation and contemplation in an ever faster-paced age. The longer one stays, the more Langmatt becomes an idyllic antidote to this, awakening romantic yearnings and finding a place in the memory of all visitors, both young and old.
This museum greets you in the following languages: D/F/I/E
Location of the museumRömerstr. 30
Location/directionsRömerstrasse 30, Buslinie 9 Richtung Roggebode/Kraftwerk
OpenMärz-Dezember: Di-Fr 14-17; Sa, So 11-17
AdmissionRegulär: CHF 12.-
Reduziert (AHV, Studenten ab 18 Jahren): CHF 10.-
Gruppen: ab CHF 10.-
ContactMuseum Langmatt Stiftung Sidney und Jenny Brown
056 200 86 70 Telephone (Langmatt)
Member of the Swiss Museums Association.
Very children and family-friendly
Partially wheelchair accessible