Museum Scuol

Museum d'Engiadina Bassa

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In addition to the main exhibition on the way of life and culture of an agricultural Alpine region, the Lower Engadine Museum of Local History shows in the large library, among other things, the first Romanesque Bible translated in 1679 and printed in Scuol.

Description

The historic house Chà Gronda on the square in the historic lower village (Scuol sot) is worth a visit alone. The building, built around 1700, provides an insight into an authentic Engadine house and the original simple Engadine way of life. In addition, it shows an exhibition of prehistoric finds in the Lower Engadine as well as a valuable library with works of Romance literature from the first Bible translations to the present.

Every year, a newly designed special exhibition deals with a regionally important topic.

 

Village and museum tour Scuol

Every Monday afternoon at 2.30 pm, all year round, incl. aperitif in an old Swiss stone pine parlour of the museum.

Registration until Monday 11.00 a.m. at the guest information Scuol, Tel. +41 81 861 88 00

Prices

Opening hours

Opening hours and further information can be found at www.museumscuol.ch.

Directions

Public Transport

By village bus to the stop Plaz

Directions

By car to the lower village center of Scuol, at the fountain Plaz.

Parken

Only a few parking spaces available. Parking is possible below the museum at the Inn Bridge.

Map

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