Book a slot
We recommend you to book a time slot, up until the evening before the day of your visit (it’s worth checking availability several times, often slots become available again at short notice). There is no time limit for your stay, on average our visitors spend 2-3 hours at the Stapferhaus.
We look forward to welcoming you soon at the Stapferhaus!
Tues to Sun 9am – 5pm
Thu until 8pm
Bank Holidays and Mondays we open
(Bistro closed on open Mondays)
+41 (0) 62 88 66 200
Mon to Fri 10am–4pm
Every Sunday at 2.30pm: Input from the education team in the form of a dialogue (please start going around the exhibition yourselves by 2pm at the latest, as the dialogue takes place INSIDE the exhibition.) The dialogue is in German only.
There is a special trail through the exhibition for children, taking them to inspirational child-oriented content (in German) that will involve them in the conversation. For children aged approx. 4 and above, CHF 3.
Sorry, dogs are not permitted in the exhibition (with the exception of guide dogs).
The exhibition is in German, French and English (subtitles).
|Students and apprentices under 25 / Disabled*||13.–|
|Children and Adolescents under 16||8.–|
|Children under the age of 6||free|
|Swiss Museum Pass holders||free|
|Caritas KulturLegi holders||70%|
|1 adult and max. 3 children under 16||35.-|
|2 adults and max. 3 children under 16||45.-|
|Kid's Trail** (only in German)||7.-|
*Those assisting a person with a disability enter free of charge.
** Colouring and reading booklet with child-friendly content from the exhibition and further materials for the discovery tour (only available in German).
Exhibition in German, French and English.
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We recommend you make your way here by public transport. The Stapferhaus is located right next to Lenzburg railway station.
Parking spaces are available in several parking facilities in close vicinity to the railway station.
Stapferhaus accessible to all
The building is fully wheelchair-accessible.
Low-level ticket desk and lockers.
Elevator on all floors.
Induction loops for hearing aids in our event room.
Operator assistance and supervisory staff, at the ready to cater to personal needs.
Information guide in simple language
As bearer of the "Kultur inklusiv" label it is of upmost importance to the Stapferhaus for all members of society to be included in our cultural events in a sustainable manner. The Charter for Cultural Inclusion was elaborated within a participatory process and forms the basis of the label’s partnership. The Stapferhaus is committed to acting and evolving according to its guidelines.
Charter for cultural inclusion (Download, in German)
Information about the Stapferhaus in simple language (Download, in German)
The Stapferhaus has held the Swiss LGBTI-Label since 2021. This label recognises organisations that are actively working to ensure equality for LGBTI staff.
The Stapferkreis is the Stapferhaus’ circle of friends. As a friend or sponsor, you are in direct contact with the Stapferhaus, receive first-hand information and free admission to all exhibitions and several of our events.