Kirchner Museum Davos

Works of Artist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

20th and 21st century art exhibited in an extraordinary architectural setting and surrounded by Alpine peaks.

A visit to the Kirchner Museum in Davos is an amazing experience. Paintings of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880–1938) are on exhibit right here where they were created. Davos and its environs were Kirchner’s inspiration for many of his most important paintings.

With a world-famous collection of his art, an extensive documentary archive detailing life and work of the artist, and a library on expressionism, the Kirchner Museum is one of the most significant exhibition and research centres for classic modern art. The museum was designed by architects Gigon Guyer and is well known for its glass, concrete, steel, and wood construction. Special exhibits are arranged from time to time featuring other representatives of this era as well as contemporary artists.


 

Additional information

Buy ticket

Buy your ticket from the SBB Shop or SBB Mobile app. You can also buy a ticket from the driver, at all ticket terminals, PostBus sales offices and at the counter of your nearest railway station.

Additional ticketing apps and online shops can be found in our overview.

Timetable / travel information

You will find the entire Swiss public transport timetable online here.

Route open all year

Reservations

For groups of 10 people and more, reservations through Tel. +41 58 341 34 87

Bicycle transport

Bicycle transport fixtures available in/on the vehicle.
You can find more information at Biking and Postbus.

Special comments:
The transportation of bikes is restricted. There is no guarantee of transportation. It is not possible to make reservations for bikes.

Wheelchair accessibility

Limited wheelchair access to the postbus

Special comments:
not all services are wheelchair-accessible. For information, please call +41 58 341 34 86

Contact details

Address

PostBus Ltd
East sector
7270 Davos
Switzerland

Opening hours

Mondays through Fridays
8.00–12.00 h and 14.00–17.00 h