The Lucerne Museum of Art situated in the KKL (Concert Hall) next to the station
GPS: 47.0504289, 8.3120623
The Lucerne Art Museum is holding a major Exhibition of Turner masterpieces, some lent by the London Tate Gallery. Turner was inspired by the Central Swiss Lakes and Mountains which he visited several times between 1802 – 1844.
The day starts with a talk by Peter Arengo Jones , former diplomat and historian, revealing the long standing British Swiss relations at the time, and which had an influence on the whole of Europe. We are privileged to be given one of the KKL Reception Rooms for the talk.
After the talk we will go downstairs to their Restaurant where we can enjoy a two course lunch.
In the afternoon we will have a short introduction about Turner, then a guided tour of the Exhibition.
If you prefer you can have your own audio guide and walk round at your own speed and liking.
Meanwhile we look forward to hearing from you with your reservation.
Contact us for further information.
Will include Talk, Lunch and Exhibition entrance fee – currently in negotiation
Prices are currently being negotiated and we will inform as soon as possible.
Joanna Koch: firstname.lastname@example.org or 076 319 4146 or
Robert Dean: email@example.com