All places-of-interest

results

Bäumli

The Bäumli is Winterthur's most popular vantage point. On the terrace above the hillside vineyards of the Goldenberg you can enjoy the view over the entire city and a fantastic view of the Alps.

Details

Rhine Fall

The Rhine Falls offer you the terrific spectacle of Europe's largest waterfalls!

Details

Winterthur trail

The Winterthur trail is a 70-kilometre connected path that runs along the city’s borders. The trail is divided into 10 different stages, marked with over 300 special signposts. The starting and end points of each stage are accessible by public transport.

Details

Bäumli

The Bäumli is Winterthur's most popular vantage point. On the terrace above the hillside vineyards of the Goldenberg you can enjoy the view over the entire city and a fantastic view of the Alps.

Details

Birthplace of Jonas Furrer

Jonas Furrer was one of the most important liberal Swiss politicians of the 19th century. He made history as Switzerland's first Federal President.

Details

Casinotheater

Do you want to have a really good laugh again? Then the Casinotheater is perfect for you. Since 2002 the elegant comedy house has catered for the glamour factor in Winterthur, attracting visitors as well as artists from the entire German-speaking area.

Details

Chöpfi

The bizarre sandstone formations on the Wolfensberg are works of art created by nature, which do not only fascinate children. It is a great place to play, have a picnic and enjoy the view over the district of Wülflingen.

Details

City Hall

The monumental stone structure, built between 1865 and 1870, counts among the epochal examples of European historicism.

Details

City Park

The elegant city park with its mighty trees, carefully placed sculptures and cultivated brilliant display of flowers is the "green lung" right in the centre. The "Barockhäuschen" (Baroque Cottage) is evidence of a time when the people of Winterthur used to enjoy the summer resort here.

Details

Coin Collection and Antiques Collection

More than 200'000 objects from 4'000 years of the history of money are in possession of the coin collection and the antiques collection. These witnesses of the past are presented to the public in temporary exhibitions in the Villa Bühler.

Details

Collection Briner and Kern

The collections by the gentlemen Briner and Kern left to the City of Winterthur are united in this small, exquisite museum in the town hall. The focus is on 17th century Dutch painting and miniature portraits.

Details

Collection Oskar Reinhart "Am Römerholz"

A jewel of the Swiss museum scene is located in an elevated position above Winterthur: one of the most distinguished private collections of the 20th century awaits you in a villa hidden away behind old trees in an idyllic garden.

Details

Eschenbergturm

In the centre of the Eschenbergwald (Eschenberg Woods) the Eschenbergturm soars 30 metres into the sky. Those walkers, who do not suffer from vertigo, let their eyes roam into the distance from up here. During fine weather you can see as far as the Alps and the Black Forest.

Details