The World Heritage Ticket
Discover the greatest legacies of mankind and Mother Nature.
The UNESCO World Heritage properties in Switzerland are open to the public and allow visitors to immerse themselves in the history of our country. The World Heritage ticket gives visitors access to historic walls, to discover treasures rich in history and to admire spectacular natural landscapes. Individual services are designed so that visitors of all ages can enjoy our heritage. Culture enthusiasts as well as nature lovers will find what they are looking for.
Three castles of Bellinzona
With the Bellinzona Pass, medieval times come to life in the three castles of Castelgrande, Montebello and Sasso Corbaro.
Convent of St. John in Müstair
Experience 1, 200 years of history at the monastery museum and discover the life of Benedictine nuns.
La Chaux-de-Fonds / Le Locle
Enjoy a guided city walk or a leisurely ride on the tourist train and discover the two watchmaking towns.
Prehistoric Pile Dwellings
The Laténium Museum in Hauterive takes you on a journey back to the Neolithic age some 2500 years ago.
Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch
Visit the interactive World Nature Forum in Naters and prepare yourself for your mountain tour.
Abbey of St. Gall
Enjoy the magic of one of the oldest and most beautiful libraries at the Abbey of St. Gall.
How to book a World Heritage ticket:
- Click on "Book now"
- Select the number of tickets and click "add to basket".
- Click "Order"
- In the section "A) Choose Shipping" select the free shipping "WHES UNESCO (only)".
- Choose your payment method (credit card or Paypal)
- The ticket will be sent to you by e-mail at the end of the payment process
- The ticket must be printed and handed to the cashier
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Excursions in the World Heritage
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COVID-19: Due to the current situation, please inform yourself about the adjusted opening hours before booking/travel. The reopening of the UNESCO World Heritage sites is accompanied by measures to ensure the health safety of both visitors and employees. Thank you for following the instructions during your visit.