How did Davos become a spa? Who was responsible for its rapid development? Let yourself be transported into the past and discover the everyday life of tuberculosis patients. The guided tour is also recommended for non-medical guests. There is no need for advanced medical knowledge.
4 p.m. / Medizinmuseum Davos
7270 Davos Platz
Approx. 1 hour
No special requirements. Not recommended for children
No special equipment required
Free of charge
Max. 15 people
Guided tour through the current “Fates of Davos Patients” exhibition. A thrilling look back at Davos’ tuberculosis era
The tour takes place in any weather condition
Required by Tuesday 11 a.m. online www.davos.ch/active or at one of the guest service centres in Davos or Klosters.
Please bear in mind that your registration is binding. We would like to ask you to notify us as soon as possible, should you be unable to attend. That way, people from the waiting list can take your place and enjoy the Active programme activity they would otherwise have missed.
Davos: Tel. +41 (0)81 415 21 21
Klosters: Tel. +41 (0)81 410 20 20
Participants are responsible for their own insurance cover
Opening hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 5 - 7 p.m.
On request: extracurricular tours and oppenings for groups and individuals – also on Weekends and in English Phone: +41 (0)81 413 35 75