This Museum has artefacts from the stone age to yesterday. It has a great scanner system that tells you about each item. You could spend hours in there if you wanted to. A great family Museum.
Firstly, a little expensive for what you see. But, its got a lot of very interesting (at least they were to me!) exhibits. A novel barcode scanner to find out about each exhibit was fun to use. Not a lot of organisation - in terms of grouping like things together, that I could see, but that did really matter. And... 更多
I went to this museum hoping to see exhibits consistent with the name--a museum that would lay out the history of Lucerne. There are bits and pieces of that in this hodgepodge collection, but even with the English audio guide that you trigger off bar codes on objects throughout the floors, there's no organizing logic to the different floors of... 更多
This is more a collection of stuff than a museum. If you haven't seen any of it before, it sort of interesting. Otherwise, though, I was not impressed. That said, while the descriptions are in German, the handheld guide has a number of other languages.
We were interested to find out more about the history of Luzern. We found the museum very frustrating. The exhibits all had bar coldes. We were given a bar code reader that gave us information in English, but we found it didn't always work and sometimes it seemed to give information about another exhibit entirely. In the end, we stopped... 更多
It was raining heavily that weekend and we needed something to do. If you are not from Luzern or have not spent a significant fraction of your life here, many things may appear as just junk.
The artifacts in this museum are not really displayed -- they are stored in what looks like storage in a warehouse until somebody decides to curate them. Prehistory fish hooks are next to 1900 sewing machines and 1950 mixers and telephones. The "theme" while I visited was a Lucerne cabaret performer. I did not understand how this cast light on... 更多