Museum für Archäologie Thurgau
The museum shows archaeological objects from Canton Thurgau from Neolithic period to modern times. The collection is focussed on interesting artefacts from the prehistoric pile-dwellings - since 2007 UNESCO worldheritage - and from the Roman empire. Highligts are the golden beaker from Eschenz (c. 2400 BC), a panpipe, wooden combs, tasks, brushes and a statue. The methods and technics of archaeology are shown on the 3rd floor. In the vaulted cellar is located an exhibition called "Anderswelten" about death and cult.
This museum greets you in the following languages: D
Location of the museumFreie Strasse 24
OpenTu-Fr 14.00 – 17.00
Sa-Su 13.00 – 17.00
Closed on Monday
ContactMuseum für Archäologie Thurgau
Freie Strasse 24
058 345 74 00 Telephone (nachmittags)
058 345 60 81 Fax
Member of the Swiss Museums Association.
Extremely children and family-friendly
Completely wheelchair accessible