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Top recommendations from locals

Auditorium
“Check out the castle with its views and the museum inside: small but worth going!”
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Museum
“Interessante Einblicke in die Geschichte Grindelwalds und des Eigers. Verschiedene Ausstellungen”
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Museum
“One of Europe's finest living history museums, Ballenberg spreads across 124 acres of alpine countryside in a series of village and farmstead groups representing different Swiss regions and their traditional ways of life. Historic houses, barns, shops, and other buildings were brought here from their original sites, with their furniture, decorations, utensils, and implements. Old crafts and traditional customs are revived here, and in the course of a visit, you may see everything from woodcarving and cooperage to lace- and cheese-making demonstrations. The homes represent all styles from the most modest cabins and rustic farmhouses to elegant homes of the well-to-do, but the focus is on how people lived, how they produced their own goods, and how they traded and shared within their communities. Special exhibits may examine one facet of life in detail, such as child labor on farms or a particular craft and its evolution. You could easily spend an entire day seeing all the buildings and exhibits in this fascinating look back in time. Ask at the Interlaken Tourist Office for information on packages that include boat and bus travel from Interlaken to Ballenberg. Address: Museumsstrasse 131, Hofstetten bei Brienz Official site: www.ballenberg.ch ”
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Historic Site
“The bay of Spiez with the Castle and the wineyards....Just very nice to walking around and to do some sightseeing. There you find also some nice restaurants.”
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Kasteel
“The castle is dated from 1200 and has had several different ownerships. The museum is showing the history of his past inhabitants. The exhibition gives you a good idea of how the Bernese upper class life style must have been sometimes inbetweeek the 16th and the 19th century. There is a really nice park attached to it. It is perfect for walking and lake watching. There are a few really big and old trees and the park is well maintained. (The castle closes for the winter season, closed on mondays as well)”
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Art Gallery
“This is a small local gallery but they have a good variety of interesting exhibitions on throughout the year. If you are interested in art it's worth dropping by.”
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Garden
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“In der öffentlich zugänglichen Anlage des Tropenhauses werden Wärme liebende Fische und Pflanzen in einem tropischen Klima gezüchtet.”
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Museum
“The Kunstmuseum Thun in the former Grand Hotel Thunerhof housed the collection of the city of Thun since 1949. ”
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Museum
“This tiny gem is in the heart of Meiringen. A must for Sherlock Holmes fans. Be sure to check out the opening times before you go: it's open daily in the afternoon from May-end of October, but only Wednesday and Sunday afternoons from November-April.”
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Lodging
“Open from June - middle of october daily from 9am to 6pm Very good mueslis and cheese platters, very much recommended.”
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Museum
“The history of tourism in the Jungfrau Region is shown here in three floors of exhibits that cover everything from early transport and hotels to travel clothing and skiing. Housed in a lovely restored 17th-century timbered house, the museum includes models of early postal coaches, rack railway locomotives, bicycles and lake steamers, as well as actual historical carriages and vehicles. Exhibits also use historic photos and art to show how tiny, often remote villages were able to develop and thrive by attracting tourists to experience their landscapes, folk traditions, geological wonders, and even local flora and fauna. Many of the exhibits are labeled in English. Address: Obere Gasse 28, Unterseen, Interlaken ”
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Museum
“Gross angelegtes Freilichtmuseum mit historischen Gebäuden. Altes Handwerk wird vorgeführt. ”
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Museum
“Visit the Tal (Valley) Museum for some very good history items and hand lace making - not at all boring. Opposite the bus stop.”
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Museum
“Die multimediale Ausstellung Gletscherwelt Bettmerhorn in der Aletsch Arena widmet sich ausführlich den Geheimnissen des Grossen Aletschgletschers, der mit seinen 23 km Länge der längste Eisstrom der Alpen ist. Das ewige Eis des gewaltigen Gletschers birgt spannende Fakten und interessante Geschichten.”
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Museum
“ Vue splendide et protégée sur les 4000, très agréable terrasse ensoleillée, très bon accueil.”
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Museum
“Im schmucken Simmentalerhaus, erbaut 1728, unweit von Schloss und Rebberg, steht ein Museum, welches seit 1986 für das Publikum geöffnet ist. Zum Museum gehören der Bauerngarten, ein Spycher sowie ein alter Trüel mit historischer Traubenpresse. Die Räume im Erdgeschoss zeigen das Wohnen im bäuerlichen Haushalt. Eine vollständig eingerichtete Küferwerkstatt dokumentiert ein Handwerk, das sehr eng mit dem Rebbau verknüpft ist. Im Trüel wird über das „Jahr im Rebberg und Keller“ informiert. Eine jährlich wechselnde Sonderausstellung in den zwei Kammern im oberen Stockwerk und eine kleine Sonderschau im Erdgeschoss thematisieren Interessantes zu bäuerlichem Wohnen und Kochen, Rebbau und vielem m”
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