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Basel - Switzerland's capital of art and culture

Nestling in the heart of Europe in the three countries corner where Switzerland, Germany and France meet, Basel is a pocket-sized metropolis that combines proverbial Swiss quality with a multicultural population. This makes the city unmistakably open-minded, happy and innovative.

The art of so much art

The city sparkles with all kinds of culture. Nearly 40 museums with their long-established collections and spectacular special exhibitions are the foundation of Basel's reputation as a city of art and museums.

However, art is to be found not only in the many museums but is encountered all over the city, and exciting contrasts are created by the presence of classical patrician houses and mediaeval churches side by side with modern buildings designed by major international architects such as Herzog & de Meuron or Renzo Piano.

Art Week Basel.

Basel becomes the world's largest temporary museum during the third week of June (end of September in 2021).
Art Basel, the most important trade fair of the international art market, takes place here.
The numerous parallel fairs and exhibitions also offer contemporary art of the finest quality. Basel Art Week brings together gallery owners, artists, art dealers, collectors, curators and many celebrities from the cultural scene.
A lot is happening not only at the fairground, but also on the Grossbasel side in the Quartier St.Johann. After RHY ART had already opened up the terrain in 2015, further international exhibitions and art fairs are now settling in Basel-St.Johann.

Selected Museums of Art, Architecture and Design

Antikenmuseum Basel und Sammlung Ludwig
St. Alban-Graben 5
4010 Basel
Tram 2/15 > Kunstmuseum

Ausstellungsraum Klingental
Kasernenstrasse 23
4058 Basel
Tram 8 > Kaserne or Rheingasse

Cartoonmuseum Basel
St. Alban-Vorstadt 28
4052 Basel
Tram 2/15 > Kunstmuseum

Fondation Beyeler
Baselstrasse 101
4125 Riehen/Basel
Tram 6 > Fondation Beyeler, train S6 from the Basel SBB railway station > Riehen

HeK (Haus der elektronischen Künste Basel)
Oslostrasse 10-14 (Dreispitz, entry Tor 13)
4142 Muenchenstein / Basel
Tram 10/11 (direction Aesch/Dornach), Bus 36, or Regio S-Bahn S3 (direction Laufen-Porrentruy) to "Dreispitz". Continue in direction of the tram to Muenchenstein.

Kunst Raum Riehen
im Berowergut
Baselstrasse 71
4125 Riehen/Basel
Tram 6 > Fondation Beyeler

Kunsthalle Basel
Steinenberg 7
4051 Basel
Tram 2/3/8/10/11/14/15 > Bankverein or 6/10/16 > Theater

Kunstmuseum Basel
St. Alban-Graben 16
4010 Basel
Tram 2/15 > Kunstmuseum

Museum Tinguely
Paul Sacher-Anlage 1
4058 Basel
Bus 31/36/38 > Tinguely-Museum

S AM Schweizerisches Architekturmuseum
Steinenberg 7
4051 Basel
Tram 2/3/8/10/11/14 > Bankverein or 6/10/16 > Theater

Ruchfeldstrasse 19
4142 Muenchenstein/Basel
Tram 11 > Schaulager

Skulpturhalle Basel
Mittlere Strasse 17
4056 Basel
Tram 3 > Spalentor or Bus 30/33 > Bernoullianum

Vitra Design Museum
Charles-Eames-Strasse 2
D-79576 Weil am Rhein
Bus 55 from Basel Claraplatz > Vitra or train from Basel Badischer Bahnhof > Weil am Rhein and 20 minutes' walk

Museums in Basel: museenbasel.ch

Gourmet paradise

Basel whets one's appetite in the most varied and delightful ways. What applies to its remarkable cultural heritage is also true of its culinary scene.
Thanks to the city's location, its cuisine is both excellent and eclectic. Experience "culture unlimited" and an unrivalled savoir-vivre: the sunny banks of the Rhine, the romantic streets of the excellently preserved Old Town and countless boulevard cafes invite you to stroll and enjoy. In trendy bars or historic taverns - every taste is catered for.

Port of Basel - artwork by miboki