7 May – 28 November 2021:
Tuesday – Sunday 12 noon – 6pm
Thursday 12 noon – 8pm
The exhibition pavilion remains closed during the winter months.
Special opening hours and holidays:
Adults CHF 12/8*(no registration required)
Groups (10 or more persons) CHF 8(Advance booking required)
Students and apprentices, senior citizens, disabled person’s pass, KulturLegi
Included in admission:
Exhibitions, public guided tours, and talks
Tickets for the performances (matinées and soirée):
CHF 10 + admission
Under 16 years
Companion of people with disabilities (only if required)
Annual pass Museum für Gestaltung Zürich
Friends of the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich
Relatives ZFH incl. ZHdK
Swiss Museum Pass incl. Raiffeisen
Swiss Travel Pass
Please note that you are required to produce valid ID at the ticket office.
Pavillon Le Corbusier
Tram 2/4, stop "Höschgasse"
Parking is available at nearby Zürichhorn car park. Spaces are subject to charge.
Due to low capacity, admission to the exhibition pavilion is limited. For groups of 10 or more persons, booking is required at least one week in advance. Prams are not permitted for reasons of space.
Due to its construction method, unfortunately, the listed building does not allow for complete barrier-free access. Wheelchair-access to the pavilion and the use of rollators are limited to the ground floor. In order to give people with disabilities the opportunity to experience the entire exhibition, they receive the accompanying publication free of charge.
The pavilion’s listed construction method does not meet current building regulations, but has been approved by the proprietor. Special care and personal responsibility must therefore be taken when moving around the building. Pre-school children may only enter the premises when accompanied by adults and must be supervised at all times.
Register for a group visit or book a private tour to gain in-depth insights.
Register a visit of your school class or learn more about the offering for students and trainees at the Pavillon Le Corbusier (in German).
Do you know Corbu? Find out more about the famous Swiss architect in the Pavillon Le Corbusier!