Liechtenstein National Museum

Vaduz, Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein National Museum building dated back to 1438. It used to house the princely tavern, custom house and the seat of the government. A work was carried out in 1998-2008 to renovate the building and it was extended towards the mountain slope. The museum displays artifacts about the history, culture and landscape of Liechtenstein in its three buildings and 42 exhibit rooms.



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Category: Museums in Liechtenstein


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Selma Marjanović (7 months ago)
You need a couple of hours. There is so much stuff to see there about the history of Liechtenstein from thousands of years back until the last decades and also about the flora and fauna.
Jetlover X (11 months ago)
Great museum, plenty of items. Very friendly staff. You can spend around one to four hours here, depending on how much interest you have...
John & Tara Newby (11 months ago)
Good information but could be a little more organised with regards to how the museum flows. We got lost in history several times ending up searching for the next bit and missing some important details.
Erwin van den Broek (13 months ago)
Very varied collection, not everything as interesting as the next. I liked their stuffed animal collection. If you can't read German, then it is very boring, their English audioguide doesn't actually explain anything of what you are seeing. It just tells you a general story related to the room you are in.
Siddarth Jain (19 months ago)
A great place to learn about the history of Liechtenstein. It has various section detailing about different eras of history, different cultures, different arts and all. It also has art gallery and some of the exhibitions which keeps on happening time to time. Do visit but visit with 4 to 5 hours in hand if you want to fully explore the place.
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