UNESCO World Heritage experiences

in the four-country region

UNESCO Site Egelsee

The Neolithic site (around 3660 BC) was excavated during 1962. Several well preserved ground layers of wooden houses were found. The dwelling is well known for its fantastic...

Heimatmuseum Allensbach

Neolithic finds from the western Lake Constance area with visual panels showing the "Allensbach Strandbad“ excavation.

Foyer Swiss National Bank

During the reconstruction of the Swiss National Bank in 2011, fragments of ceramic vessels, stone and bone implements, a jewelry pendant carved from antlers and animal bones...
Fototafeln Hornstaad Hörnle © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege | © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege

UNESCO Site Hornstaad Hörnle

In 1856/57 the site was discovered; after her the Hornstaader group was named. Extensive excavations have uncovered a cluster village, which was built between 3918 and 3902...

UNESCO Site Große Stadt Kleiner Hafner

This is the oldest known pile construction site. Originally an island, Egolzwil was repeatedly inhabitated into the Late Bronze Age.
Market Hall Altenrhein

Market Hall Altenrhein

Like many other famous buildings is the Market Hall in Altenrhein an impressive example of the unusual architectural concepts or the internationally renowned artist...
UNESCO Fundstelle Grundwiesen © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege | © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege

UNESCO Site Grundwiesen

The site is located about 250 m south of Alleshausen on the western edge of the Federseeried (Nature Reserve). In 1989 the station was discovered; 1990-1992 the station was...
Pfahlbauausstellung Dingelsdorf | © Freunde der Dingelsdorfer Pfahlbauausstellung e.V.

Stilt Construction Exhibition Dingelsdorf

Stilt construction exhibition in the local town offices with hunting, fishing, food, clothing and tool exhibits, as well as important finds from the Herbert Gieß collection.

UNESCO Site Enge Alpenquai

This exclusively Late Bronze Age settlement has a large variety of organic materials. Several settlement phases occupied this site until the end of the pile dweller period.