Kunsthaus Zürich houses one of the greatest art collections in Switzerland, featuring art from the 13th century to the present, which it shares through attractive exhibitions. 

The institution’s internationally renowned positions include the largest collection of Munch paintings outside of Norway and the most comprehensive collection of works by Alberto Giacometti.

Additional highlights include Impressionist and classic Modernist paintings by artists such as Monet, Picasso and Chagall, as well as works by Expressionists like Kokoschka, Beckmann and Corinth.

Alongside Pop Art works by both Warhol and Hamilton are works by artists including Rothko, Twombly, Beuys and Baselitz. 

The Kunsthaus Zürich also houses medieval paintings and sculptures, paintings of the Dutch and Italian Baroque (Rembrandt, Domenichino), and Swiss paintings of the 19th and 20th centuries, including those by Fuseli, Segantini, Hodler and Vallotton, and the Zurich Art Concrete, represented by artists such as Bill, Glarus and Loewensberg.

Kunsthaus Zürich

Heimplatz 1
8001 Zürich

+41 44 253 84 84

Tram 3/5/9, Bus 31: Kunsthaus

Photography allowed

Opening Times

Tuesday: 10–18
Wednesday: 10–19
Thursday: 10–19
Friday: 10–18
Saturday: 10–18
Sunday: 10–18

Public holidays: 10am–6pm
Closed on December 25

Mon–Fri: 1–6pm


Exhibitions: CHF 23/18*

Collection: CHF 16/11*

Combined ticket: CHF 26/19*


Free admission for children up to the age of 16 and for members

Kunsthaus Zürich: Current experiences

  • Digital

    Impressions of the Chipperfield building (Video)

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  • Digital

    "Touching lights" by Pipillotti Rist (Video)

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  • Walter De Maria. The 2000 Sculpture.

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