Contact-Free Exhibition Art Panorama Inferno
Enjoy the exhibition with your dearest ones against the best panoramic view of the city to the rhyming lines of an audio guide in 11 languages without contacting with the others.
Scan a QR code using your mobile device at the entrance and select the preferred language.
Dive into the depths of Inferno staying perfectly safe due to:
The virus-safe distance: the exhibition is placed on top of the hill covering enough space for distancing
The forested area: the extraordinary urban forest area nearby provides enough fresh air for everyone
No human contacts at the entrance: while the coronavirus-related restrictions are valid, and the exhibition is free of charge, the entrance barriers will remain open during working hours to prevent unnecessary human interaction
Opened May 5, 2020
Free of charge while the coronavirus-related restrictions are valid.
Working hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Location: Switzerland, Lucerne, Kanonenstrasse, Château Gütsch
See you at Art Panorama Inferno!
Denis Zverev, head of the project
Art Panorama Inferno welcomes you again after an emergent break caused by the lockdown.
We are grateful to public health-care workers and employees of other state services as well as citizens of Switzerland who stayed self-isolated during all this time to prevent the pandemic. In these hard times, we are happy to give you the best we can. We announce that our exhibition will be free of charge to everyone while the coronavirus-related restrictions are valid.
Now, the open-air venue of the exhibition is more critical than ever. We offer a totally safe and enlightening recreation for you and your family and friends in the fresh air.
You might have been waiting for us, now we're waiting for you.