I don't consider myself an art lover, but this place surprised me. I almost missed it because I put it at the end of my list of places to go, but I'm glad I can do it. We stayed here for 40-45 minutes, which is unforgettable. There is a short film about history that is worth watching. Our Swiss travel document already includes the ticket. Since it is located in the middle of the old town, close to Luzern Bahnhof train station, it is very convenient to visit.
The large circular panoramic mural not far from the Lion Park is one of the few and the largest 360-degree panoramic museum in the world
Bourbaki panoramic pavilion is one of the few in the world and the largest in a 360 - degree panorama hall, not far from the glacier park, displayed here to describe the franco-prussian war, large ring panoramic paintings by artist Castres began in 1881. This picture of a 112 m long, 10 meters wide painting is one of the huge panorama intact 19 th-century, content of the painting is the franco-prussian war period, the French army under the command of general bourbaki, Swiss scene into the world of ice and snow. You can able to defeat the French soldiers in the Jura mountains exhausted and depressed, let a person feel the feeling.
Here is a panoramic layout of the whole city, you can see the whole city in the room
The beauty of the Panorama Pavilion lies in its layout and its scenery, which is very good. You can feel its beauty without any modification.
The large circular panoramic mural not far from the Lion Park is one of the few and the largest 360-degree panoramic museum in the world.
Preston_Dominguez: Loewenplatz 11, Lucerne 6004, Switzerland
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Lion Monument,Chapel Bridge and Water Tower,Musegg Wall,Schwanenplatz,Court Church of St. Leodegar