Hours and prices
Monday to Friday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
(Yes, we also open on Mondays)
On Monday, 3 February 2020, the finance museum will already close as of 6 p.m.
On Tuesday, 4 February 2020, the finance museum will already close as of 5 p.m.
On Wednesday, 12 February 2020, the finance museum will already close as of 5 p.m.
The Swiss Finance Museum is closed on the following public holidays: New Year's Day (1 Jan), Berchtold's Day (2 Jan), Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Easter Monday, Labor Day (1 May), Ascension, Whit Sunday, Whit Monday, Swiss National Day (1 Aug), Christmas Day (25 Dec), Boxing Day (26 Dec)
|Children up to 12 years old||free|
|Young people aged 12 – 18||CHF 8|
|Adults aged 18 and over||CHF 10|
Prices including both the permanent and special exhibitions.
Entry is free of charge for holders of a Swiss Museum Pass as well as members of ICOM/VMS.
Free admission with Zürich Card
Holders of the Zürich Card can enjoy the city to the fullest and at the same time get great value for their money. You profit from unlimited travel by public transport, free or reduced admission to 41 museums, 50% discount on the Zurich Old Town Walking Tour and many more discounts.
Museum at lunchtime - every Tuesday
Every Tuesday from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.: for CHF 15, you receive an entry ticket to the museum, as well as a voucher for a sandwich or salad plus a soft or coffee drink at Café West.
We recommend that you take part in the public guided tour while there, which takes part from 12.30 – 1.30 p.m. on Tuesdays.
The museum can be accessed using a wheelchair.
Free Wi-Fi "Finanzmuseum".
Cloakroom and lockers (CHF 1 deposit).
Taking photographs (without flash) is permitted in the Swiss Finance Museum. Post your experience directly to Instagram, Facebook or Snapchat with the hashtag #Finanzmuseum using our free Wi-Fi.
Strollers may be left in the vestibule next to the lockers.
Animals are not permitted in the exhibition rooms, with the exception of guide dogs.
Food and drink are not allowed in the exhibition rooms.
Free audioguide app for Android and iOS.
Getting here by train
- Take tram line 4 from Zurich main station toward Altstetten station until you get to the Sportweg stop.
- Take tram line 4 from Altstetten ZH station toward Tiefenbrunnen station until you get to the Sportweg stop.
You will find the Finance Museum in the SIX building situated directly opposite the stop.
Getting here by car
The Hard Turm Park car park has public parking spaces (subject to a charge), including disabled parking spaces. You can access the car park from Pfingstweidstrasse. Once inside the car park please follow the signs for building 110/SIX.
Download the free "Swiss Finance Museum" app and let our interactive audio guide lead you through the exhibition in German or English.
Public guided tours
Take part in a public guided tour, with no need to register. The tours set off from the waiting area in the foyer, in front of the SIX reception.
Our public guided tours are held in German every Tuesday from 12.30 p.m. to 1.30 p.m. (private tours are also given in English and French). Your ticket entitles you to take part in the public guided tour.
Upcoming public guided tours
Every Tuesday from 12.30 p.m. to 1.30 p.m.
- January 2020
7 January, 14 January, 21 January, 28 January
- February 2020
4 February, 11 February, 18 February, 25 February
- March 2020
3 March, 10 March, 17 March, 24 March, 31 March
Private guided tours
Book a private guided tour for your group, team outing or club. We offer tours in German, English or French. Register one week prior to your desired date.
Private guided tours can be booked during or outside opening times, and can be followed up with a reception if you wish. We are happy to discuss this with you. Register for a private tour plus reception at least two weeks prior to your desired date.
From the beginning of the 2017 fall term we are also offering tours specifically tailored to school classes at a reduced all-in rate. Contact us for a tailored quote.
Guided tours for children
MONEY MAKES THE WORLD GO ROUND! – THE FINANCIAL WORLD EXPLAINED EASILY
90-minute workshop for children of approx. 7-13 years
Children come into contact with money at an early age by shopping with their parents or spending their pocket money. The workshop is designed for pupils of primary school age and is intended to give them an understanding of the function and significance of money. The development of the financial world is explained to them in a playful way.
To book, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 058 399 3568. We will be happy to assist you.