The museum, Planetarium, Filmtheatre and Swiss Chocolate Adventure are wheelchair accessible. The Swiss Museum of Transport has two wheelchairs available on a loan basis (if available). We recommend booking wheelchair admissions for the Swiss Chocolate Adventure, Planetarium and Filmtheatre by telephone the day before.
The museum and Swiss Chocolate Adventure are also suitable for visitors with visual or hearing impairments.
Four disabled parking bays are available in front of the main entrance.
The Swiss Museum of Transport has two disabled toilets with handholds.
Three electric vehicle rapid charge points are provided by the entrance of the museum at Lidostrasse 5. The maximum parking time for charging is 90 minutes. The latest information on using the charging bays may be found here.
The signage in the museum is in German, French, English and Italian. A self-guided Audio Tour is available in Chinese. The daily programmes of shows at the Filmtheatre and Planetarium are in German, with simultaneous translations in French, Italian and English. Other languages may be available on request. The Swiss Chocolate Adventure is offered in German (including German for the hearing impaired), French, Italian, English, Spanish, Korean, Mandarin and Portuguese. Subject to change.
Filming and photography is permitted in all areas accessible to visitors (exception: Filmtheatre and Planetarium). The images/videos may be used for private purposes. For commercial filming or photography, please contact the Press Office.
Food and drink brought by visitors may be consumed in the outdoor exhibition areas, but not in the halls or restaurants. In winter, a heated railway carriage is provided next to the Rail Transport Hall for the consumption of picnics. Details of our picnicking spots are available here.