Located in what was once a monastery in the village of Susch, Muzeum Susch is a place devoted to exhibiting pieces of art coming from different times, experimental presentations and performances. Most of their lineup changes in accordance with their events, but there are permanent installations such as Monika Sosnowska's "Stairs", a structure made of steel weighing one tonne and measuring 14 metres in height.
- Address: Muzeum Susch, Sur Punt 78, Susch
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: +41 81 861 03 03
- More Info: www.muzeumsusch.ch
- Address: Thu–Fri Noon–5pm, Sat 11am–6pm, Sun Noon–5pm
- More Info: Entry for kids under 6 years of age is free.
- More Info: www.facebook.com/muzeumsusch
Do & See
The easily accessible ski slopes accommodate skiers of all levels, yet there are plenty more activities, such as tobogganing, skating, tennis and snowboarding to keep you busy. Klosters consists of seven districts which are Klosters Platz, Klosters Dorf, Selfranga, Aeuja, Monbiel, Serneus and Mezzaselva. Klosters Platz is the most popular of them all, being where most of the events and activities take place and where the tourist office is located. Klosters Dorf is situated 2km to the north and is smaller and quieter than its neighbouring district. Both districts are conveniently on the Landquart–Davos train line, and are also linked by town buses, which are free with the resort’s Guest Card.