Magical Impressions XXL | Films of the Day at the Filmtheater Verkehrshaus Lucerne

Provided By: Verkehrshaus der Schweiz

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Breathtaking movie experiences

The largest screen in Switzerland (25m x 19m)

Informative and exciting documentaries as well as feature films

Choice from several movies per day


The Museum of Transport Lucerne is located close to the shore of Lake Lucerne and can be reached in no time from the main train station. The internal movie theater is one of the most famous in Switzerland and also has the largest screen in the entire country. At 25m x 19m, it is not only the largest, but was also the first IMAX screen in Switzerland. IMAX technology offered viewers sharp projections in the largest formats to date, which could almost completely fill the field of view. In the meantime, the films are shown in digital form, but this in no way detracts from the unique experience of this incredibly overwhelming screen. In addition, the theater was upgraded with 3D technology in 2008, which makes the film adventure at the Museum of Transport perfect!

Breathtaking marine worlds within reach, being tangibly present during cave excursions or immersing yourself in the middle of America's wilderness: the film theater offers interesting and eventful visits in 3D format for young and old. Feature films, opera performances or concerts also find their way onto Switzerland's largest screen. The varied program offers visitors operas by Puccini, the classic "Dinner for One" at the turn of the year or classics such as "The Wizard of Oz" at regular intervals. A distinction is made here between daytime films and evening films

A visit to the movie theater is a real must! How about an adventurous day at the Museum of Transport in Lucerne and an impressive 3D documentary film to round off the day? The Museum of Transport and Communication houses one of the largest collections of locomotives, ships, cars, cable cars and airplanes, as well as an exhibition on the subject of media, where the development of media is actively illustrated using VR glasses, television techniques and studios and a green box. The "Swiss Chocolate Adventure" world of experience, the largest planetarium in Switzerland, an aerospace hall and a wealth of interactive attractions and games await you at the Museum of Transport in Lucerne, Switzerland's most popular and most visited museum.


The Museum of Transport Lucerne is open 365 days a year Summertime 10.00-18.00 Wintertime 10.00-17.00 The opening hours of the film theater are adapted to the film program

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Lidostrasse 5, 6006 Luzern, Switzerland