The Swiss Transport Museum was built in 1959 to showcase various forms of transportation (including trains, cars, ships, cable cars, airplanes, etc.) and communications, and is the largest transportation museum in Europe. In 2008, expansion and upgrading were carried out, and 3,000 pieces of physical exhibits were exhibited in the 20,000-square-meter pavilion, and various types of vehicles were displayed in various themes. During the renovation, the pavilion set up more interactive participation projects and links, making the visit more interesting and integrating the elements of the theme park. Interesting projects include: antique car stage Arena, simulated landscape train driving, boating competition, driving test, car crash test, fighter simulation cabin, simulated glider, locomotive maintenance and more. In the outdoor exhibition area, there are also projects for children to learn traffic regulations and road construction knowledge.
The Swiss Transport Museum, which is specially recommended by the locals, is the largest transportation museum in Europe and is said to have been visited by every Swiss. Unexpectedly, a person who had no interest in the museum could stay in the Swiss Transport Museum in Lucerne for a whole day, and rushed to experience a variety of fun transportation with a group of students. Such a fun museum is actually not red in China!
The whole hall is too big. It is divided into trains, cars, ships, aviation and several large halls, as well as IMAX theaters, car crashes, driving trains and many other experiences. The traffic sign is actually the outer wall of the museum. It is marked by the Swiss highway and is a famous punching place.