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Admission, guided tours

Admission fees

Adults: CHF 8.-
Children, students, unemployed, seniors and disabled persons: CHF 5.-
Groups of 10 persons minimum: CHF 5.-

Free admission: Member ACDN, Swiss Museum Pass, AMS Card, ICOM Card, IAA Card (International Artist Association), Raiffeisen Card, ProArte -26 Card, Musées Neuchâtelois Card.

Guided tours

Guided tours are available upon request. 

Languages: French, German, Swiss-German and English (depending on the guides' availability).

Group size: 25 persons at the most per guide. A maximum of three guided tours can be programmed simultaneously.

Tour contents: The CDN's permanent exhibition "Friedrich Dürrenmatt, writer and artist", the current temporary exhibition, the architecture of Mario Botta, the history of the CDN.

Duration of the tour: one hour

Tour fee: set price of CHF 100, plus entry ticket at CHF 5 (for groups of 10 people at the least)

A supplement of CHF 50 per hour is charged for guided tours organized outside of the CDN's opening hours (excepting schools).

It's possible to combine the guide tour with a short drink (wine, orange juice, peanuts...) organized by the CDN. The CDN don't organize the diner cocktail, but provide a Catering list.

 To reserve a guided tour, kindly fill out the appropriate form

For any other information, feel free to contact the person in charge of guided tours by mail or by phone, from Wednesday to Friday, from 11 am to 4.45 pm.

Any cancellation must be announced at least 24 hours before the settled date. Otherwise 100% of the costs will be charged.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Centre Dürrenmatt Neuchâtel!


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Contacts

Centre Dürrenmatt Neuchâtel
Sylvia Kocher
Pertuis-du-Sault 74
2000 Neuchâtel
T +41 58 466 77 79
F +41 58 466 70 78
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