Liechtenstein National Museum

2016-05-04 14.22.38The Liechtenstein National Museum was absolutely fantastic, and far bigger and more comprehensive than we were expecting. The staff even let us have a little look around before we committed to purchasing tickets.

There is a free audio tour in English, which is helpful considering all the signage is in German. I’d be able to explain the photos below better, except that Program we received is in German and I neglected to take many notes!

One thing I can say is that the baby change rooms are excellent! Very clean and big, which is not often the case in this part of the world.

The Liechtenstein National Museum displays many artefacts describing the history of Liechtenstein and also contains a natural history collection.

As I may have previously mentioned- Switzerland has been the place where Clarrie has really found his feet. He now insists on walking almost everywhere. This museum was no different, with the majority of Elyse’s time spent walking Clarrie up and down the many staircases.

I could write an extensive missive about everything we saw here, but it would honestly be thousands of words long. There is so much to see here, spanning literally thousands of years of history. Have a look at their website, and at the pictures below.

If you’re in Liechtenstein, this is definitely a place to devote a good few hours.

The are a multitude of exhibitions throughout the museum, and an excellent coffee room! After we had seen everything, we had nice relax and cup of tea in the cafeteria before heading out to see more of Liechtenstein.

Liechtenstein National Museum on Tripadvisor

Contact the Liechtenstein National Museum

Liechtensteinisches Landesmuseum
St├Ądtle 43
Postfach 1216
9490 Vaduz
Tel. +423 239 68 20
Fax +423 239 68 37

Opening times

Tuesday to Sunday: 10.00 a.m. until 5.00 p.m.
Wednesday: 10.00 a.m. until 8.00 p.m.


Landes-Museum-ticketAdults: 8.00 Swiss francs

Students, apprentices, senior citizens and groups of at least 10 persons: 5.00 Swiss francs

Children up to the age of 16 years: free

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