Swiss museums blow away their cobwebs

In the past, children would groan at the thought of being dragged around dusty exhibits in lifeless museums. But the idea of what a museum should be has changed considerably, and many are offering special activities for youngsters.

This content was published on October 10, 2012 - 11:00 visited the Klee Centre in Bern, housing the world’s most important collection of the works of artist Paul Klee, and the Château de Prangins, a national museum near Nyon. In both places children learn about art and history in unusual ways.
(Julie Hunt/

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