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Experience the Rüttihubelbad Sensorium

The senses: our gateway to the world and to life

At the Rüttihubelbad Sensorium, everything revolves around activating sensory perception. At 80 interactive stations, visitors are playfully engaged in order to hear, see, smell and feel familiar and new things. Sounds, colours, movements, odours, light and darkness astonish visitors and allow them to explore the laws of nature.

  • Coronavirus notice Please take note of the protection plan and any restrictions set by the provider.

Opening times Today (Wednesday) open

The attraction is open all year

Opening times from 1 November to 31 March

Mon–Tue     closed (groups welcome on prior booking)
Wen–Sun    10.00–17.30 hours

Closed on December 24, 25 and 31, 2021, January 1, 2022.

Opening times from 1 April to 31 October

Mon          closed (groups welcome on prior booking)
Tue–Fri 09.00–17.30 hours
Sat–Sun    10.00–17.30 hours

Open Easter Monday and Whit Monday

Groups can also visit outside of the opening times

 
Subject to change without prior notice

Rates

Sensorium, individual entrance fees

  • CHF 18.00 Adults
  • CHF 15.00 Students/Learners
  • CHF 9.00 Children (6–15.99 years)
  • CHF 15.00 AHV/IV
  • CHF 48.00 Family (parents and own children)
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    Prices in CHF incl. VAT / Prices and products subject to alteration

Annual exhibition “Sensitive”

From March 3 to December 31, 2021

Sensitive data, an extremely sensitive person, a sensitive subject - what exactly does SENSIBLE mean? Sensitive, squeamish and hypersensitive or simply sensitive? Our senses are more or less sensitive, depending on how much we use them. In a rapidly digitalized world, the rediscovery and development of our senses, which are often one-sided or underused, gain great importance; the sensitivity of the senses is important for orientation, our own body perception and social relationships. Let the interactive stations of the annual exhibition "Sensitive" challenge your senses - Am I sensitive? Can I perceive in a differentiated way? How do I react to the signals of my senses? With what do I perceive? Does something require particular care or concentration? How do I deal with things and people?

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    Catering

    • Picnic area within the Sensorium
    • Restaurant/terrace with wonderful views

    Experience report Travelita

    Anita Brechbühl, better known as Travelita, wrote a review of her visit to the Sensorium in the Rüttihubelbad in winter 2019/2020:
    Are the weather forecasters once again unsure what Mother Nature will send our way this weekend, and are you therefore looking for an excursion tip suitable for all weathers? Perfect – in that case, read on
     
     

    How to get there

    Take the train to Walkringen. From there the PostBus will take you directly to the Rüttihubelbad in 5 minutes.

    Alternatively, you can travel via Worb.

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