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...
Pfahlbauausstellung Sipplingen Funde | © Tourist-Information Sipplingen

Stilt Construction Exhibition Sipplingen

The small permanent exhibition features artifacts from the sites around Sipplingen, a pile dwelling model, and finds from the Regenscheid collection.
Die rekonstruierten Pfahlbauten von Wangen | © Museum Fischerhaus

Fischerhaus Museum

Extensive collection from the Neolithic settlements on the Hinterhorn of Wangen.

Foyer Swiss National Bank

During the reconstruction of the Swiss National Bank in 2011, fragments of ceramic vessels, stone and bone implements, a jewelry pendant carved from antlers and animal bones...

Heimatmuseum Allensbach

Neolithic finds from the western Lake Constance area with visual panels showing the "Allensbach Strandbad“ excavation.

Allerheiligen Museum Schaffhausen

A rendezvous with art and culture, the museum belongs to the largest and most diverse universal museum in Switzerland. Everything under one roof in the heart of old...
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...

Town Museum Meilen

The local history collection covers the pile-dwellers from Meilen, where exploration first began in the 19th century, as well as unique finds recovered from the water well at...

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...