The Pavillon Le Corbusier on Lake Zurich is considered an architectural jewel. The building was initiated by Heidi Weber, who commissioned Le Corbusier and oversaw its completion in 1967. It is the last building designed by the important architect and his only building made of steel and glass. After extensive renovation, the structure now shines in new splendor and invites visitors to take a unique architectural promenade through its various floors. Since 2019, the pavilion is run as a public museum by the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich on behalf of the City of Zurich.

Pavillon Le Corbusier

Höschgasse 8
8008 Zürich

+41 43 446 44 68

Tram 2/4, Bus 33: Höschgasse

Partly wheelchair accessible

Opening Times

Tuesday: 12–18
Wednesday: 12–18
Thursday: 12–20
Friday: 12–18
Saturday: 12–18
Sunday: 12–18

The exhibition pavilion is only open during the summer months.

Season 2021: 7 May until 28 November

Special opening hours/holidays


Adult CHF 10/8*


Free admissionn for childran up to the age of 16 and members

Pavillon Le Corbusier: Current experiences

  • Digital


    Pavillon Le Corbusier
  • Lecture/Reading/Talk

    Image and Architecture

    Pavillon Le Corbusier
  • Architecture Icons Revisited

    Pavillon Le Corbusier
  • Guided Tour

    Architecture Icons Revisited

    Pavillon Le Corbusier