Attractions to explore nearby Adliswil-Felsenegg cable car
The only areal cable car in the Zurich canton which was opened in 1954 which takes you to the breathtaking views of the Zurich and also gives the chance to be the part of its history. To ride on the Felsenegg cable car, you need a ZVV ticket that includes the fare zones 150 and 155.
The Wildnispark Zurich Langenberg Is a scientifically managed zoo and a member of zooschweiz. This zoo keeps its wild animals in expansive, near-natural enclosures and aims to ensure that the animals are able to live out their repertoire of natural behaviours to the fullest possible extent.
The park, which lies in a picturesque position overlooking the lake of Zurich, is a genuine oasis for fun and relaxation. Which was made up of extensive lawns and a lovely playground, and also there are so many recreational things in and around this park and also a herb garden and self-service restaurant are available here.
The Albispass is part of Zurich’s nearby recreational area with a dense hiking-path network, vantage points, and restaurants. The nearby Türlersee with its bathing opportunities is a popular excursion destination. the views from here are truly mesmerizing and also it is one of the famous tourist destinations in this area.
Rote Fabrik is a former factory in the Wollishofen neighbourhood of Zürich, Switzerland. It is now used as a music venue and cultural centre. It is so named because the buildings are made of red brick, but also because left-wing parties were part of the campaign to turn the location into a cultural centre.
Uetliberg towers over the rooftops of Zürich at 2,850 feet above sea level. The mountain affords an impressive panoramic view of the city, the lake, and also the Alps. There is a lot of things to do there and it is also one of the famous trekking points in this area.
A beautiful lake located in the heart of Zurich and this 1.4 kilometers long and 500-meter wide lake is listed in the Inventory of Landscapes and Natural Monuments of National Importance. The lake is a popular recreation area in the Zürich region. A lido and other beaches and walkways along the lake offer natural bathing facilities for adults and children.
Strandbad Mythenquai is a public bath in the Swiss municipality of Zürich, being part of the historical Seeuferanlage promenades that were built between 1881 and 1887. The bath is situated at Mythenquai respectively between the Enge and Wollishofen quarters at lower the Zürichsee lake shore on the left bank in Zürich.
Rieterpark is Zurich's largest and most impressive landscaped garden. The park and associated villa were created in 1855 and acquired in the late 19th century by the industrialist Rieter family from Winterthur. It has some lovely little secret corners as well as two stately villas which now house the Rietberg Museum.
Museum Rietberg Zurich is dedicated to masterworks from Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Oceania. At the core of its worldwide acclaim are special exhibitions focused on these international cultures. It was established in 1952 and is situated in the serene Rieter Park, with views of the city and the Alps.
The Chinese Garden is classed as a temple garden and is one of the highest-ranking gardens outside of China. It is located right by the lake at the Zürichhorn and was a gift from the city’s Chinese partner town of Kunming. At the center is a pond with a small island, pavilions and even a small palace on the banks.
The North American Native Museum, abbreviated NONAM, is a Museum run by the City of Zurich. It specializes in the conservation, documentation, and presentation of ethnographic objects and art of Native American, First Nation, and Inuit cultures. A part of the museum's collections is on permanent display on the second floor, organized according to the cultural areas of the Americas frequently used in the cultural anthropology of North America.
The Pavillon Le Corbusier is a museum in Zürich, designed by and dedicated to the famous Swiss architect Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, best known as Le Corbusier. It is the last building designed by Le Corbusier marking a radical change of his achievement of using concrete and stone, framed in steel and glass, in the 1960s created as a signpost for the future.
The Sihlwald forest lies just outside Zurich and is the first national nature discovery park inviting you to explore and spot wild animals up close in Langenberg. It is the largest, pristine mixed beech forest in Central Switzerland. Hiking through this beautiful forest is a wonderful experience.
The E.G. Bührle Collection is one of the most prestigious private art collections. It comprises medieval wood carvings and paintings by the old masters, but above all works by French artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. This art museum was established by the Bührle family to make Emil Georg Bührle's collection of European sculptures and paintings available to the public.
Zimmerberg is a mountain and a region located in the district of Horgen in the canton of Zurich, Switzerland. Its name bases on the Old High German word zimbar in the meaning of lumber. It is one of the picturesque location and also a suitable area for trekking and picnicking too.