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Man does not live on bread alone.

Today, hunting is no longer necessary to put meat on the table or to make tools from sinews and bones. The culture-historical meaning of hunting has evolved over the millenia, along with hunting methods and techniques.
Since 1968, Landshut Castle is the home of the Swiss Museum of Wildlife and Hunting, the only hunting museum in Switzerland. As such, its first priority is not simply to awaken some kind of "Thrill of the Hunt", but rather to inform about people that hunt, about hunted wildlife as well as the the art of hunting.

Schau hin! – Faszinierendes Kulturerbe Jagd

Spannende Entdeckungen im Jagdmuseum, kostbare Jagdgeräte und -utensilien, die Entwicklung der Jagdmusik und ihrer Instrumente, Geschichtliches und originelle (wild-)tierische Kinderaktion.

With Rolf Krähenbühl, Diana Hunting Hornists, Dr. Peter Lüps, former conservator Swiss Museum for Wildlife and Hunting and the Kidswest, Bümpliz

Guided tours at 12, 13.30 and 15 h

Sunday, 19th august 2018 - Castle

Commentary in German. In the case of questions or remarks, generally, the referee understands and speaks English.

Open air films in the Castle Court
The Eagle Huntress
- 24. august
Engadin / Dunnas a chatscha
- 25. august

Webcam Jackdaw

A webcam has been installed in one of the nest boxes in the castle tower. Watch the hustle and bustle in the jackdaw's nest live!

This way to the peephole.

Exhibitions administered by the Natural History Museum in Bern