Museum Klosters

Museum Nutli Hüschi

Nutli Hüschi von aussen

A museum that you simply like to have.

A "Hüschi" is a small house in the Prättigau dialect. The Nutli Hüschi was built in 1565 by Christian Nutli. Today the Nutli Hüschi houses the Museum of Klosters.


Used as a residential building until the 19th century, the Nutli Hüschi today offers the opportunity to experience the traditional way of life and the construction of the Walser. In 1996, the house was supplemented with a stable. In the wooden house, valuable furniture, tools and toys from the 16th – 18th centuries are shown. The many special features allow new discoveries again and again.

In the cozy Walsterstube you can get married civilian. Request to the Civil Registry Office Prättigau.

CULTURE AND ENJOYMENT: Guided tour with aperitif as a start at a meeting with family members, friends, company event, class reunion, birthday, etc..

The Nutli-Hüschi team is also happy to open its doors on request outside opening hours. We look forward to hearing from you by phone or e-mail.


Adults Children from 6 years
admission Fr. 5.- Fr. 2.-

Guided tours for up to 10 persons Flat rate Fr. 50.-
Guided tours for up to 10 persons Flat rate Fr. 50.-

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