Schweizer Finanzmuseum (Finance Museum)

  Pfingstweidstrasse 110      (+41) 58 399 32 88     more than a year ago
With all its banks Zurich is known as the city for finance and money and it finally has a museum dedicated to the subject. What are stocks, how were they traded and how does it work today? And how did Switzerland become an important marketplace for finance? These questions and more are answered by audio installations (Alfred Escher, Zurich's railway pioneer and founder of the bank Credit Suisse, will explain everything to you!) as well as interactive video installations. Want to go public with your company? No problem, a friendly gentlemen on a video screen will explain the process to you. There's also a short trainee programme available for stockbrokers and a game where you can prove your skills afterwards. The museum gives you an insight into the world of finance and is situated in the headquarters of SIX, the company that operates the Swiss stock exchange. You can also download its free app to your smartphone, which will guide you through the museum.



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Open 10:00 - 19:00. Closed Sat, Sun.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 10/8Sfr, children up to 12 years free.


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