Lucerne's Swiss Museum of Transport is a large museum, which mainly exhibits the history of transportation in various fields of land, sea and air in Switzerland. In particular, he also has a visitor experience area, which can drive a variety of vehicle models, and it is very interesting to experience in the simulated miniature scenes.
Swiss Museum of Transport, located near Lake Lucerne, the Swiss tourist town of Lucerne, is the largest and richest Museum of transport in Europe. It has more than 7,000 cultural relics and 150,000 important historical documents. There are canoes more than 3,000 years ago, medieval carriages, 19th century steam locomotives and mountaineering trains, 20th century old cars and airplanes, and future space flights. Ships, up to 3000 physical exhibits. The exhibition systematically introduces the development of highway, track and water transportation, as well as the contents of space transportation. The exhibition focuses on interaction and interesting, including simulated fighter planes, train driving, car impact tests, boat racing, car display and other interesting activities. In the automobile exhibition hall, all kinds of cars are displayed on the exhibition rack, and the electronic version of the car will appear constantly on the TV screen. If the audience likes the old car displayed on a computer, they can tap the keyboard in front of them. The most popular, that is, the most clicked old car can be displayed from the exhibition rack to the audience at close range. There are also activities areas for children to learn about driving rules and highway and railway construction through games. It's a great enjoyment to walk by the lake after seeing the museum.
It took me a whole day. As a parent, I haven't played enough, let alone children. The railway hall, the automobile hall, the airport hall and the ship hall are all very wonderful. Outdoors, there are small construction sites, excavators, bulldozers and other large equipment, children wearing reflective vest, safety helmet, waving shovels, let alone more serious. I really envy Swiss children. Five-star recommendation.
It shows all kinds of transportation, trains, ships, cars, cable cars, planes, and excavators. The museum is very large and has many interesting exhibitions, which are very attractive. Here you can also experience, analog radio or something, children will like it very much.
It's very suitable for bringing children here. The exhibition is very beautiful. There's also an astronomical museum. You can learn about the history of transportation, and you can also operate some vehicles on the spot. Many puzzle games are very suitable for children.