Worth knowing not only for railway enthusiasts
The railway museum Albula is located directly on the UNESCO World Heritage route. Find out about the architectural history, the economic and social changes caused by the railway construction, as well as current aspects of the most spectacular Swiss railway line, using original exhibits and multimedia-designed rooms.
Special exhibition "Rolling Stock II" - rolling stock from the image archive of Gian Brüngger
From December 14, 2018 onwards, Gian Brüngger will present a section of his comprehensive photo archive in a second edition of the special exhibition Rolling Stock. Gian Brüngger is a railway historian, was a long-time employee of the Rhaetian Railway and has been documenting the rolling stock of the RhB since the 1960s.
Arranged in the typologies of the different sections of the RhB, the exhibition shows the enormous differences between the partly bizarre forms of the Rhaetian Railway's rolling stock.
The model railway workshop shows exceptional, detailed buildings, viaducts and tunnels of the Rhaetian Railway in the condition of the 1950s and 1960s in 0m scale. It was designed as a workshop. The builder Bernhard Tarnutzer is regularly on site and is happy to provide information about the construction and design of the facility. The demonstration time is indicated on site (usually from 15.00 h). You can also experience a virtual driver's cab ride through the model railway layout.
Clà Ferrovia children's tour
Clà Ferrovia lost his whistle 100 years ago in the railway land. Help him find the lost whistle. An exciting children's tour leads through the permanent exhibition.
Büfèt in the railway museum
After your tour, treat yourself to a break at the Büfèt. And how about a souvenir from the museum shop?
Adults CHF 15.00
Children 6 – 15 years CHF 11.00
Children up to 6 years free
Grpuos from 10 persons CHF 13.00
Students up to 16 years CHF 9.00
Teachers / escorts CHF 15.00
Guided tour (registration required) CHF 85.00 plus entry
Tuesday to Friday, Sunday and public holidays: 10.00 – 17.00 Uhr
Saturday: 10.00 – 18.00 Uhr
Annual closing of the museum: from 17 November to 12 December 2019