Bad RagARTz 2024

Europe's largest open-air sculpture exhibition

Bad RagARTz 2024 - Book daily art tours

Between May and October 2024, you can book daily art tours as part of Bad RagARTz. Choose from classic guided tours and themed tours in the evening, in the morning or at full moon. These public tours are offered in German. If you would like a tour in English or other languages, you can book a private tour.

Private- & group tours

Would you like a private tour or are you traveling with a group? Discover the Bad RagARTz 2024 sculpture exhibition on an exclusive guided tour. Whether alone or as a group of up to 25 people. The guided tours take place either in Bad Ragaz or in Vaduz. And children's groups can look forward to an art journey with playful activities.

Frequently asked question regarding Bad RagARTz 2024

Where does the Bad RagARTz take place

The open-air exhibition is held in the spa town of Bad Ragaz, in the old spa town of Pfäfers and in Vaduz (FL).

Last update on 03-11-2024 by Johanna Bergthaler.

How much is the entrance fee?

There are no doors and no admission at Bad RagARTz 2024. Viewing the sculptures is free of charge. The idea of the initiators of Bad RagARTz is to bring art out of museums and into the open air: to where the public is.

Last update on 04-03-2024 by Johanna Bergthaler.

Where can I get information about the sculptures?

During Bad RagARTz there will be a brochure with all the important information, which can be purchased at the Bad Ragaz information point, among other places.

Last update on 04-03-2024 by Johanna Bergthaler.

Are guided tours offered?

Our art experts guide you through the Bad RagARTz with charm and specialist knowledge. Over the course of around 2 hours, they share exciting background information about the sculptures and the artists. Our wide range of guided tours is definitely worth a visit.

To the public guided tours (in German)

To the private & group tours (available in english, french and italian)

Last update on 04-03-2024 by Johanna Bergthaler.

Are the Bad RagARTz sculptures barrier-free?

The sculptures are located in Bad Ragaz and Vaduz. Most of the paths to the sculptures are suitable for wheelchairs and baby carriages. Special guided tours are offered for people with visual, hearing or mental impairments.

Last update on 04-03-2024 by Johanna Bergthaler.

How do I get to Bad Ragaz?

The A3 and A13 highway connections link Bad Ragaz directly with Zurich, St. Gallen, Zurich International Airport and nearby foreign countries. There are several public parking lots in the village of Bad Ragaz which are subject to charges. Public transportation: Bad Ragaz can be reached by train from Zurich in just over an hour. We recommend traveling by public transport.

Last update on 03-11-2024 by Johanna Bergthaler.

Present - without today there would be no yesterday tomorrow

The 9th Swiss Sculpture Triennial will be held in Bad Ragaz and Vaduz from May 4 to October 30, 2024. Europe's largest open-air exhibition celebrates a success story spanning more than 20 years.

The founding couple, Esther and Rolf Hohmeister, emphasize that art should be accessible for everyone. Under the motto "present", 80 artists from all over the world present their works. The venues are the Giessenpark and Kurpark in Bad Ragaz, the historic site 'Altes Bad Pfäfers' and the streets and squares of Vaduz. Thanks to various guided tours, everyone can experience the art up close.

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