messe lucerne

17.3.2021 - 24.05.2021



Monet Experience and the Impressionists is a virtual and experience-based journey of enchanting images and sounds.

A sensorial immersion inside the masterpieces of the painter who thrilled his audience as no-one else before for painting en plein air, expressing the beauty of nature in the unique moment of its own revelation.

These works by the Great Master and other major Impressionist exponents appear now, released from canvases and frames, developed at 360° environment on the large screens and the architectures of our prestigious location.
An evocative narration, which takes shape from the multi-media installations in the introductory section, materializes in the 3D perceptive adventure of the Oculus and culminates in the real, actual immersive experience.


A series of very high definition images and videos are projected on screens up to 6 meters high, to offer the viewer the best artistic works of Claude Monet and the impressionists in a cinematic experience that outlines their professional careers, all accompanied by a vibrant soundtrack.



Modo Comunicazione offers a concept of Virtual Reality applied to our Monet Experience world.
Thanks to Oculus VR access points the audience may live the experience of entering as protagonist inside the landscapes reinvented and painted by the Master of Impressionism.



Opening time

Open everyday from 17.3.2021 to 24.5.2021

Monday to Friday 10am - 6pm

Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 10am - 7pm

Last entrance 30 minutes before the closing time!


Box office on site, attention weekend are usually fully booked!

Adults (from 16 years): CHF 25.--

Students / Seniors (64-65 years) / IV-Authorized: CHF 22.--

Children (5 to 15 years): CHF 15.--

Family package (2 adults + 2 children): CHF 65.--


Free admission up to 4 years!

The exhibition is accessible for wheelchairs.

Dogs allowed.



The exhibition texts are in German and English.


Discounted prices for schools, privileged by exclusive access times and packages with free teachers, to encourage a new way of learning art and stimulating creativity living a wonderful world of sounds and colors.


The museum complies with the requirements of the Swiss Confederation and the protective measures of the Association of Swiss Museums. Persons with fever/flu symptoms are not allowed to enter the exhibition.

– Face mask must be worn at the exhibition.
– Several disinfection dispenser (entrance/exit, toilets)
– Regular cleaning/disinfection by professional cleaners
– Sick persons are not allowed to enter the museum.