Art history and guided tour

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- Admission to the collection
- Introduction to art history (45 min.)
- Tour of the collection (60 min.)

CHF 650.– (flat rate for max. 20 participants)
Available in German and English.

Requests should be submitted at least a week before your desired date, indicating which offering you are interested in. We look forward to taking your booking and will be happy to advise you!
+41 44 253 84 06 (Mon-Fri 9 a.m.–midday)

Book our ‘Piece of Art’ offer for your private or business occasion. Over two packed hours at the Kunsthaus Zürich you’ll gain an insight into the most important periods of art history and learn about artists from the Middle Ages to the 21st century.

A piece of art: 'Highlights'

The Kunsthaus has one of the most important art collections in Switzerland. with highlights including the largest Munch collection outside Norway and the most extensive gathering of works by Alberto Giacometti in a museum, as well as outstanding Impressionist and modernist paintings. There’s Pop Art from Warhol and Hamilton before video installations and photographs bring things right up to date.

Following an introduction to art history, you’ll see the highlights of the collection up close with a private guided tour. Admission to the collection is included.

A piece of art: 'Impressionism'

Over two packed hours you’ll gain an in-depth insight into the age of Impressionism. Following an introductory talk on the historical and social background and the philosophical, scientific and artistic movements and trends in Paris, you’ll trace the development of Impressionism on a guided tour of works from our collection.

A piece of art: 'Dutch Art'

In two multifaceted hours you will get an insight into one of the most innovative epochs of art history and one of the most important art landscapes in Europe: Dutch painting of the 17th century. With Kerstin Bitar.

A piece of art: 'American Art after 1945'

Gain an in-depth insight into American art after 1945 in two multifaceted hours at the Kunsthaus Zürich, with Kerstin Bitar.