Bernisches Historisches Museum
What Is Bernisches Historisches Museum?
It is the 2nd biggest historical museum in all of Switzerland. It was developed in 1894 by an architect named Andre Lambert. Because it was first thought up at the Swiss National museum, the architect used different castles from the 1400s and 1500s to model his design for the museum. There was an extension the omuseum building that was finished in 2009.
The museum has collections that relate to the history of Bern from before recorded history to the present-day period, and there are other exhibitions from America, Oceania, Asia, and Egypt. The museum is a Swiss site of national significance.
It was thought up as a temporary exhibition, and it turned into its own museum committed to the world of the revered scientist Albert Einstein and his labors as he was discovering his Relativity Theory when he was living in the city. The home where he lived when he was coming up with the theory is open to the public as well, but it is located in a different part of the city and it has distinct entry fees to get inside and look around and browse through all of it.
Bernisches Historisches Museum Photo Gallery
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