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Enea Baummuseum gr  

Enea Tree museum

In 2010, the Tree Museum situated on 75,000 square meters of breathtaking land near the Upper Lake Zurich in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland, officially opened its gates. The Tree Museum exhibits individual trees from the collection of Enzo Enea, the Swiss landscape architect and one of the world’s most prominent tree collectors.


In a series of open spaces they show their appreciation for trees by using them to create spaces in a unique way that integrates aesthetics, sustainability and history. The collection is solely composed of varieties which belong to our climate zone. With the Tree Museum, Enzo Enea has accomplished his vision of combining landscape, botany, art, architecture, and design.


The Museum features approximately 50 trees representing more than 25 varieties - several examples of which are more than 100 years old - creating an aura of immortality and an awareness of 'time'. Another 100 trees and plants are located in the park which surrounds the Tree Museum. In total, the Enea grounds contain more than 3000 exclusive wood species.


More information can be found here


Opening hours

March - October:
Mon – Fri 9 am - 6 pm
Sat 10 am - 5 pm

November - February:
Mon – Fri 9 am - 5.30 pm
Sat 10 am - 4 pm

Closed on Sundays an Bank holidays as well as 24th December to 31st January.


Entry fee

Adults: CHF 15.00
Groups (from 10 persons) and students: CHF 12.00

Guided tours upon request.


Enea GmbH
Buechstrasse 12
8645 Jona

Tel. +41 55 225 55 55
Fax +41 55 225 55 05

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Next city walking tours
16th September 2017, 2pm

SBB: Online timetable



To: Rapperswil SG, Bahnhof
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