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Time Travel Through the History of Technology

30'000 objects on over 10'000 square meters, plus more than 10 themed worlds where the history and stories of our objects come to life. The exhibits not only immerse you in past times – they also encourage you to think about the technology of today and tomorrow.

Highlights from our collection

From the first Apple computer to the unique Spitlight cloud projector: marvel at the most famous, oldest, most impressive and fascinating objects that have made technology history.

Discover the themed worlds of our exhibition

Whether it's joyrides with fantastic movie cars, journeys into past times or exciting games on old consoles – more than 10 themed worlds offer unique experiences that appeal to all senses.

Plan your visit

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Opening hours and prices

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Frequently asked questions about Enter Technikwelt Solothurn

How much is the entrance fee?

The entrance fees for the entire Enter Technikwelt Solothurn are:
Adults CHF 32
Students/Apprentices CHF 22
Children 6 – 17 years CHF 15
Children up to 5 free
From 10 persons CHF 25

The areas Vehicle Technology, Play! and the open depot can be visited separately at reduced prices:
Adults CHF 15
Students/Apprentices CHF 10
Children 6 – 17 years CHF 7
Children up to 5 free
From 10 persons CHF 12

When is the museum open?

The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10.00 to 17.00 — also on public holidays (except Christmas Day 25 December).


Can I spend a whole day here?

Yes, definitely. With the numerous themed worlds around technology, a whole day can easily be filled. And for small or large hunger, we have snacks as well as daily changing lunch menus in the Enter Bistro.

How much time should I plan for the museum visit at a minimum?

We recommend at least two hours. However, we offer experiences for every time budget – be it a short coffee break in our unique bistro or a half-day workshop, for example on the topic of robots, Bluetooth box or paper making.

From what age is the visit with children worthwhile?

From the 1st grade, the children can get hands-on in the interactive exhibitions. For younger children, there are various play zones. The whole museum is accessible for strollers.