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Hiking in the surroundings

Nidwaldner Zentrumsweg
Nidwaldner Zentrumsweg
Stage 1, Stans–Niederrickenbach
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ViaJacobi
ViaJacobi
Stage 7, Stans–Flüeli-Ranft
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ViaJacobi
ViaJacobi
Stage 6, Schwyz–Stans
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ViaSbrinz
ViaSbrinz
Stage 1, Stansstad–Engelberg
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Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 19, Stans–Seelisberg
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Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 18, Flüeli-Ranft–Stans
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Bruderklausenweg
Bruderklausenweg
Route 571, Stans–Sachseln
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Cycling in the surroundings

Lakes Route
Lakes Route
Stage 6, Sarnen–Zug
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North-South Route
North-South Route
Stage 3, Luzern–Flüelen
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Alpine Panorama Route
Alpine Panorama Route
Stage 4, Flüelen–Sörenberg
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Unterwalden-Route
Unterwalden-Route
Stage 2, Stans–Engelberg
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Unterwalden-Route
Unterwalden-Route
Stage 1, Giswil–Stans
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Biking in the surroundings

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Stans
Nidwalden Museum

Nidwalden Museum

Visit the Nidwalden Museum with its three separate venues: the Salzmagazin, the Winkelriedhaus and Castle Fürigen.
The Winkelriedhaus focuses on faith and customs in everyday life and festivities, plus living. Its basement presents a profile of the Winkelrieds of Nidwalden. The second floor looks at the themes of faith and customs from childbirth to the deathbed, from peasant wear to the amulets worn to ward off evil spirits.

The Swiss Army commandeered Castle Fürigen in World War Two, finally relinquishing it in 1987. A majority of its rooms and furnishings originate from the era of the castle’s building, thus providing comprehensive insights into the workings of a historic Swiss castle. Visitor can see for themselves how the officers and men went about their business amongst the narrow passages and numerous rooms hewn into the rock of Mt. Bürgenstock.
Visit the Nidwalden Museum with its three separate venues: the Salzmagazin, the Winkelriedhaus and Castle Fürigen.
The Winkelriedhaus focuses on faith and customs in everyday life and festivities, plus living. Its basement presents a profile of the Winkelrieds of Nidwalden. The second floor looks at the themes of faith and customs from childbirth to the deathbed, from peasant wear to the amulets worn to ward off evil spirits.

The Swiss Army commandeered Castle Fürigen in World War Two, finally relinquishing it in 1987. A majority of its rooms and furnishings originate from the era of the castle’s building, thus providing comprehensive insights into the workings of a historic Swiss castle. Visitor can see for themselves how the officers and men went about their business amongst the narrow passages and numerous rooms hewn into the rock of Mt. Bürgenstock.

Nidwalden Museum

Adresse

Nidwalden Tourismus
Postfach 1045
6371 Stans
Tel. +41 (0)41 610 88 33
info@nidwalden.com
www.nidwalden.com

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Bauernhof Familie Waser
Bauernhof Familie Waser
Stans
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Hiking in the surroundings

Nidwaldner Zentrumsweg
Nidwaldner Zentrumsweg
Stage 1, Stans–Niederrickenbach
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ViaJacobi
ViaJacobi
Stage 7, Stans–Flüeli-Ranft
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ViaJacobi
ViaJacobi
Stage 6, Schwyz–Stans
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ViaSbrinz
ViaSbrinz
Stage 1, Stansstad–Engelberg
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Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 19, Stans–Seelisberg
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Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 18, Flüeli-Ranft–Stans
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Bruderklausenweg
Bruderklausenweg
Route 571, Stans–Sachseln
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Cycling in the surroundings

Lakes Route
Lakes Route
Stage 6, Sarnen–Zug
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North-South Route
North-South Route
Stage 3, Luzern–Flüelen
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Alpine Panorama Route
Alpine Panorama Route
Stage 4, Flüelen–Sörenberg
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Unterwalden-Route
Unterwalden-Route
Stage 2, Stans–Engelberg
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Unterwalden-Route
Unterwalden-Route
Stage 1, Giswil–Stans
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Biking in the surroundings

Panorama Bike