Museum Rietberg - Sonderaustellung
The Museum Rietberg Zurich is the only art museum for non-European cultures in Switzerland exhibit-ing an internationally renowned collection of art from Asia, Africa and Ancient America. It intends not only to focus on the fascinating variety of artistic expression, but also to raise interest and understanding of foreign cultures, views and religions. Special exhibitions focussing on these cultures are furthermore the core of its worldwide acclaim.
After a stroll through the serene Rieter Park, with a view of the city and the Alps, enjoy the museum with its enchanting interplay of old and new: the historic mansions recount their stories – Richard Wagner wrote Tristan and Isolde here – while the new green glass pavilion, the Emerald, marks the entrance to the modern underground extension.
This museum greets you in the following languages: D/F/E
Love, Fight, Feast – The World of Japanese Narrative Art-
The exhibition is documented in the following languages: D/F/E
Guided tours are offered in the following languages: D/E
Location of the museumGablerstrasse 15
Location/directionsSmaragd, Villa Wesendonck und Park-Villa Rieter, Gablerstrasse 15, Enge. Tram 7, Haltestelle Museum Rietberg
OpenTue−Sun 10am−5pm | Wed 10am−8pm |
AdmissionExhibition "Love, Fight, Feast – The World of Japanese Narrative Art" (10.9. – 5.12.2021): 50% discount with the Swiss Museum Pass, Raiffeisen membership card, Swiss Travel Pass, CHF 12.50 / 10 (reduced)
ContactMuseum Rietberg - Sonderaustellung
044 415 31 31 Telephone
044 415 31 00 Telephone (Info-Linie)
Member of the Swiss Museums Association.
Completely wheelchair accessible