‪Fortress Furigen‬

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dneyman3
‪Temecula‬, كاليفورنيا7 مساهمات
أغسطس 2019
‪Very interesting and worth the money. They even arranged a private tour for us. It is amazing to me what was accomplished and the Swiss wanting to take care of their people. Not a lot of stairs if you have knee issues. ‬
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biosafety-guy
‪Andover‬, ماساتشوستس239 مساهمة
زوجان • يوليو 2019
‪A pretty each walk from the train station brings you to mountain fortress. The fortress was one of many designed to make Switzerland very difficult to successfully invade. It was upgraded to deal with the Cold War and later restored (mainly) to the way it was during WW-II when it was converted to a museum. Well worth going to see if you have any interest in history.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 25 يوليو 2019
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pisethp503
بورتلاند, ‪Oregon‬37 مساهمة
مايو 2019
‪If you're curious and a fan of interesting history, it's worth the visit to this hidden gem. We arrived by boat and walked a short distance to the museum entrance. To reach the facility, follow the signs for the museum - they are not marked as Fortress Furigen but its part of the museum. They provide a small number of lockers to stash backpacks or rain gear if needed. The nature of the facility and its story are well-told through a provided audio tour and clear guide markers. Exploration includes interactive displays, short films, and volunteers to help answer questions. While its the only one of many hidden fortresses open to the public, you'll learn quite a bit about the inception and ongoing use of these clever and important facilities.‬
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Chip1701
‪Plymouth‬, ‪Minnesota‬1,050 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • سبتمبر 2018
‪First let me say that, if you plan to go here, get some really good directions ahead of time. The parking area is located BEFORE you get to the museum entrance ($, free toilets). You then walk along a single lane road/bike/pedestrian path to get to the small hut that marks the entrance to the museum. Also of note is that it is only open on Saturday and Sunday. The physical structure of the place is the most impressive. The fact that "neutral" Switzerland was still concerned about a Nazi invasion and built numerous such structures throughout the mountains is impressive. Some in our group did not understand how the audio guide worked. It is a bit confusing and really could be marked better throughout the complex. Having said this, I still found it quite informative and interesting.‬
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Patti_Bessette
‪West Springfield‬, ماساتشوستس46 مساهمة
يوليو 2018
‪It was a bit of a walk to get to this interesting museum but it was worth it! Using actual diary entries and other historic sources, the museum curators did an awesome job of bringing the stories of the fortress to life--from the engineers who designed it, the men who dug the tunnels, to the men who manned the guns. The use of technology added to the experience and I appreciated the audio tour that was included with the admission. There were several hands-on activities that were family friendly. It was really interesting to be able to look out the gun sight and see what the gunners saw. This museum is open on Saturdays and Sundays only and is free with the Swiss Rail and Museum Pass. This is a great piece of Swiss history!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 1 أغسطس 2018
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frcia
‪Lauderdale-By-The-Sea‬, فلوريدا134 مساهمة
زوجان • يوليو 2018
‪This fortress was built in 1939-1941 to protect the Swiss border from German invading forces.
Interesting insight into the construction and capabilities of the Swiss people during this time, bring a jacket its cold all the time.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 9 يوليو 2018
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Das_Leben_als_Reise
لوزيرن, سويسرا6 مساهمات
الأصدقاء • يونيو 2018
‪Öffnungszeiten beachten und warme Jacke mitnehmen. An der Kasse noch eine Packung Militär-Guetzli kaufen zur Erinnnerung ...‬
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Katie O
‪Apple Valley‬, ‪Minnesota‬17 مساهمة
زوجان • يونيو 2018
‪This was worth the trip from Luzern to see. It was a bit confusing walking from the train station to the fortress, but thankfully we found a map in town to point the way. The fort is only open on the weekends though, so plan ahead! It was neat to see a decommissioned bunker like this one. It was set up to model how it was used years ago and there was an audio tour along the way that explained all of the different parts of the bunker to us. There were two retired gentlemen who had actually be stationed in the bunker years ago who could answer questions for German speaking tourists. Unfortunately that wasn't us, but we were able to mime a question about where the shower was. My husband's highlight was moving and aiming the large artillery gun and looking through the spy scope at a distant target. I found it fascinating that such a large area could be concealed in a mountain. Definitely worth the trip! Young kids might be bored, but older kids and teenagers would also get something out of this.‬
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Jim53F
Youngsville, North Carolina82 مساهمة
بمفردك • يونيو 2018
‪I read about this in Rick Steves' book on Switzerland, and, as a WWII buff, decided to visit. I took a train to Luzern, and then a beautiful boat ride to Stansstad. Trying to follow the directions in Rick Steves' book, I got lost. A man from Germany helped me talk to a local man and his son, who told me which way to walk. As I was walking, the man and his son, came by in their car, and took me as far as they could drive, and then told me which signs to follow. Their kindness made my day.

The entrance is just a wooden structure in the side of the mountain. It is on a walking-bikeway next to Lake Luzern. This fortress is the smallest of the 40 or so fortresses Switzerland built in the Alps during WWII. It was free with my Swiss Travel Pass. The man at the desk gave me an audio guide, and a brochure with a map. The first tunnels into the mountain were very wet, cold, and dark. Further in it became drier, but still cold. It held about 100 men, and had 2 cannons, and several machine guns. You can walk through the tunnels, stopping at numbers on the map to listen to the audio guide. There are many displays with information. It was operational into the 80s, before being closed, and later turned into a museum. You can see the cannons, machine guns, eating and sleeping quarters, medical quarters, air filtration equipment added during the cold war for protection against nuclear fallout, generators in case of power failure, and many of the items that were used during WWII. There was a map showing the coverage of the cannons from all 40 or so fortresses built into the Alps. It shows how Switzerland prepared for possible invasion during WWII. I spent about 2 hrs there, listening to the audio guide, and reading all the displays.‬
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gafiltafish
لوس أنجلوس, كاليفورنيا1,866 مساهمة
بمفردك • يونيو 2018
‪Thanks to Rick Steves (who I cannot stand btw) I heard about this museum.

It's very interesting and the workers are helpful. It was the only reasonably priced attraction that I had any interest in seeing during my short 2 night stay in Zurich!

It is a huge PITA to see it. I stayed at an airport hotel but was planning to go to Lucerne anyway so this is a little out of the way but I still went. It also cost a lot to see it transportation wise since Switzerland is easily the most expensive country that I have ever been to.

I would have loved to a gift shop but they didn't have one. Audioguide did not seem to match what was shown.

The interesting thing to note is most Swiss people don't even know that they have this gem. Hardly anyone was inside when I was there.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 11 يونيو 2018
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