The exhibition presents stereoscopic photographs of Switzerland from the period between 1860 and 1910. Thanks to the stereoscopic process, international publishing houses were able to popularise a touristic image that found its way into parlours and living rooms around the world. Spectacular mountain peaks, idyllic lakes and glamorous tourist hotspots could be explored in 3D. The circulation of these images helped make the country a top destination for tourists. The exhibition also features background information on the stereoscopics industry.
National Museum Zurich
+41 44 218 65 11
Tram 4/6/11/13/14: Bahnhofquai/HB
For your safety, visitors as of the age of 12 must wear a face mask throughout the museum.
Until Sun, 17/10/2021
Public holidays: 11am-5pm
Free admission for children up to 16 years