The museum has the following two main focuses: Stone documents and stone crafts. Stone documents include, among others, stones with Roman inscriptions, grave slabs, statues.
The museum has two main focuses: Stone documents and stone crafts. Stone documents include stones with Roman inscriptions, grave slabs, statues, etc. A special treasure is a votive stone for the goddess Epona with the oldest written mention of the name Salodurum (Solothurn). Stone tools and various work pieces document the Solothurn stone craft.
The Solothurn Stone Museum is the only truly blind-friendly museum in Switzerland. It also offers an iGuide to 11 stone monuments in the old town and has set up the "Solothurn Megalith Trail" from Waldegg Castle.
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079 704 67 52 (Peter H. R. Studer, Präsident Trägerschaft)
- Other Museum
- Also recommended for children
- With own cafeteria
- Reduction for families
- Member of Verband der Museen der Schweiz VMS