The Bern Historical Museum is the second largest historical museum in Switzerland. It was designed by the Neuchâtel architect André Lambert and built in 1894. Since it was initially conceived as the Swiss National Museum, the architect took as his model various historic castles from the 15th and 16th centuries. An extension to the original museum building was completed in 2009.
The museum contains collections related to the history of Bern from prehistoric times to the present and other artefacts on permanent display from Asia, Oceania, America and Egypt. One of the most remarkable items in the collection is the Muri statuette group, a group of six Gallo-Roman bronze figurines.
Tue - Sun: 10 am - 5 pm
Closed on Aug 1, Nov 28, Dec 25.
Adults: CHF 13
Concession: CHF 8
Children from 6 to 16: CHF 4
Official Website http://www.bhm.ch/
Phone +41 31 350 77 11
Address Helvetiaplatz 5, 3005 Berne, Switzerland
Coordinates 46°56'34.637" N 7°26'57.465" E