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KLOSTER SCHOENTHAL Stiftung Sculpture at Schoenthal

Schönthalstrasse 158
4438  Langenbruck - Suisse

Téléphone +41 61 706 76 76
Fax  +41 61 706 76 00
Mail mail@schoenthal.ch

Hours :

Sculpture park open anytime throughout the year. The temporary exhibitions are open in winter: Saturday/Sunday/holidays 11am to 5pm. After March 21: Friday 2pm to 5pm, Saturday/Sunday/holidays 11am to 5pm. After March 30: Friday 2pm to 5pm, Saturday/Sunday/holidays 11am to 6pm

Admission :

Admission fee :  10.00 CHF
Families CHF 20 Artists CHF 6 School pupils and students CHF 6 Groups of 10 and more: CHF 8

Do not miss :

International and Swiss artists have produced site-specific sculptures for the meadows and woods around Schoenthal, having first familiarised themselves with the monastery, its history and the archaic landscape. The gradual development of the collection makes it a work-in-progress.Currently, 31 works by 22 artists line the paths and trails.

See also in the vicinity

Along the paths and trails you will find special works by Tony Cragg, Martin Disler, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Nigel Hall, Nicola Hicks, Hans Josephsohn, Peter Kamm, David Nash, Ulrich Rückriem etc. Make sure not to miss the site-specific sculptures hideen away in a cowshed by Richard Long or in an empty fodder silo by Steiner & Lenzlinger. And listen to the music playing at sunset under the lime trees, composed by Walter Fändrich.


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