Museums: Prehistoric Pile Dwellings

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

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.

Heimatmuseum Allensbach

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

Wetzikon Museum

The Wetzikon Antiquarian Society birthed the museum that houses the pre-historic pile dweller finds of 19th century Swiss farmer-poet and amateur archeologist Jakob...

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...

Department of Underwater Archeology Zurich

Features three showcases with information on underwater archeology and dendrochronology.
Archaeological State Museum Baden-Württemberg in Constance at Lake Constance

Archaeological State Museum Baden-Württemberg

The ALM in Constance features archaeological discoveries from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages. Explore the newly curated “World of the Lake Dwellers” and the Roman...

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...

Eschenz Museum

Local museum with original artefacts from the UNESCO-site Eschenz-Insel Werd.

Museum of Archeology Thurgau

Modern presentation of the archaeology of canton Thurgau. Highlights are the most important objects from the UNESCO-world heritage pilde-dwelling-sites.