WELCOME TO THE GAMEORAMA, YOUR INTERACTIVE GAME MUSEUM IN LUCERNE
The number of visitors per time slot is limited to 40, so we strongly recommend a reservation.
OPENING HOURS (CAFÉ AND MUSEUM)
|Sunday||10:00 to 18:00|
|Wednesday||13:00 to 19:00|
|Thursday||13:00 to 19:00|
|Friday||13:00 to 22:00|
|Saturday||10:00 to 22:00|
ENTRANCE FEES MUSEUM
Children under the age of 6
|Children age 6 to 16||CHF 12.–|
Until the age of 16, children may access the museum only accompanied by an adult.
The entrance fee includes the gaming machines.The access is limited to 2 hours.
There is no fee for the board game café – consumption is therefore obligatory.
YOUR EVENT AT THE GAMEORAMA
Company excursions or birthday with your colleagues – we are looking forward to your festivities.
Interactive game museum
The parking garage «Kesselturm» is directly opposite of the Gameorama.
|Hirzenhof||1 walking minute to the Gameorama|
|Kasernenplatz||2 walking minutes to the Gameorama|
|Train station Luzern||10 walking minute to the Gameorama|
The interactive museum
In the spacious exhibition area, we present the following theme worlds:
- Games of the Antiquity
- Pinball machines (from the 1960s until today)
- Arcade games (from PacMan to Street Fighter)
- Computer games (from Apple 2 to Medion Erazer Gamer-PC)
- Gaming consoles (from Atari to Nintendo Switch)
- Pub games (table soccer, darts, table bowling)
The board game café
The board game café offers a cosy testing atmosphere for games in our board game library, while enjoying delicious drinks such as a regional craft beer.
The Gameorama shop
The shop offers an exquisite selection of board games and other gaming related products.
Swiss artists also regularly present their game culture projects.
The Gameorama is an interactive game museum with pinball machines, game consoles, arcade games and a board game café.
Absolutely! We also give non-players a gentle introduction to the game culture – with lots of exciting information about the history of games.
We – Angela, Jerome and Marco – are 3 ambitioned gaming enthusiasts who believe that Lucerne definitely needs an interactive game museum.
Yes, the entrance can be reached via ramp and also our restrooms are barrier-free.
Because we present many old machines and games in the exhibition, which may be played by our guests. Caution is therefore necessary when handling these pieces, so that these remain with us for a long time.
You have some spending money left? We would consider it with great pleasure, showing our thankfulness (depending on the amount) by giving away free tickets, exclusive events for you and your friends and family. Likewise, it could also be a classy sponsorship sign at the entrance.
You still have an antique chess board in your attic or a pinball machine in your garage? We can certainly offer a wonderful new home for your collector’s items.
Donate your time
Maybe you would like to be one of our voluntary ‘explain brains’ at the board game café or look after things as a museum guard? We are grateful for any kind of support!
We are looking forward to you offer at email@example.com