Museums: Prehistoric Pile Dwellings

Museums and exhibitions which feature selective UNESCO-findings in their exhibitions

Sust Town Museum

Permanent exhibition on the Horgen culture. Important finds from the Neolithic period as well as numerous stone, wood and bone tools that prove humans lived in Horgen 5,000...

City Museum Rapperswil-Jona

The city museum has a collection of some 3,000 historical objects that focus on their cultural and economic-historical significance.
Ausstellung "Steinzeitdorf Ehrenstein"

Exhibition "Stone Age Village Ehrenstein"

The permanent collection in the Blaustein town hall foyer shows finds and reconstruction models of the Ehrenstein site, detailing life in the 4th millennium BC.
Pfahlbauausstellung Dingelsdorf | © Freunde der Dingelsdorfer Pfahlbauausstellung e.V.

Stilt Construction Exhibition Dingelsdorf

Stilt construction exhibition in the local town offices with hunting, fishing, food, clothing and tool exhibits, as well as important finds from the Herbert Gieß collection.

Museum at Pfäffikersee

In the 17th century Oberlaender Doppelflarzhaus on the lake quay, this permanent exhibition shows numerous prehistoric finds from Pfäffikon and the surrounding area...
Rosgartenmuseum

Rosgartenmuseum

The Middle Ages lives in the heart of Constance. The former butchers’ guild house of 1454 contains unique and faithfully preserved halls, rooms and works of art from the...

Heimatmuseum Allensbach

Neolithic finds from the western Lake Constance area with visual panels showing the "Allensbach Strandbad“ excavation.
Fischerhütte am Federsee in Oberschwaben

Federsee Museum

The Federsee Museum brings archeology to life. In addition to the exhibition of original finds from the wetland settlements of the Federsee area, there are also 12...

Swiss National Museum

In the "Archeology Switzerland" exhibition there are 1,400 exhibits including many on the topic of UNESCO World Heritage „Prehistoric Pile Dwellings around the Alps,“...