From the traditional to rock.

For culture vultures the Rhine Valley has a whole bunch of interesting events and activities to offer. There is probably nowhere else where regional customs and world culture can be found so close together.

In the Rhine Valley, people are both conscious of tradition and modern at the same time: Traditional music and farce have their place here just as much as pop and rock concerts, classical song recitals or cabaret. But there is also a lively theatre scene. On small local stages or in the prestigious St.Gallen Theater, which is just a stone’s throw away or just over the border at the famous Bregenz Festival. And close by there are museums of the highest quality.

Beer museum "Zum alten Bock"
The Cobbioni House on Staatsstrasse is full of beer mugs, beer glasses, beer bottles, posters, signs and lots more besides: the pickings from visits to flea markets and exchange markets over the years.

Museum of Customs and Traditions
This homely museum offers a glimpse into the rustic culture of Appenzellerland, its handicrafts and its old customs that still lie on to this day. The main focus of the museum is Silvesterchläus (New Year’s Mummers event). Visit the museum and experience the diverse culture and customs of Appenzellerland steeped in centuries of tradition.

Bregenz Festival
The Bregenz Festival is a cultural event that takes place every year in July and August on the lake in Bregenz (Vorarlberg, Austria).

Postage Stamp Museum Vaduz
Liechtenstein postage stamp rarities, historical documents and special exhibitions

Bühne Marbach
Cultural events: the programme is diverse, offering familiar and regional events, as well as new and bold attractions.

Diogenes Theater, Altstätten
The little theatre in the St. Gallen Rhine Valley. The purpose of the theatre is to promote and stage cultural events, but especially to organize and arrange public productions in the performing arts and fine art. Particular importance is attached to lay productions in this field.

Heldsberg Fortress Museum, St. Margrethen
Completely preserved fortress from the Second World War, used by the military until 1992. Entire working infrastructure, exhibitions with illustrated chronicle from 1933 to 1945, infantry weapons, ammunition

Aviation Museum, Altenrhein
Documentation of the aerodrome, the former aircraft manufacturer Dornier, the aircraft factory of Altenrhein and aviation on Eastern Switzerland and the Swiss Air Force

Henry Dunant Museum, Heiden
A museum dedicated to the life and work of Henry Dunant, founder of the Red Cross, who lived in Heiden from 1887 to 1910

Historical Museum St. Gallen
Prehistory and ancient history, mediaeval weapons, history of St. Gallen military and city, handicrafts, church antiquities, stained glass cabinet, folk art, costumes, toys and musical paraphernalia

Inatura Dornbirn
Hands-on experience of nature

Kinotheater MADLEN, Heerbrugg
A unique institution in the region: movies, stage plays, cabaret concerts and lectures: everything on your doorstep in the Rhine Valley. The personal atmosphere in the KINOTHEATER Madlen offers the visitor a few cheerful hours of relaxation.

AMBACH cultural platform, Götzis
Whether concert, theatre, reading, operetta, lecture, annual general meeting, fashion show or a ball, the AMBACH cultural platform offers rooms with a great ambience, perfect acoustics and first-class catering – out in the country.

Kulturforum Berneck
The Kulturforum Berneck adds to the cultural life of Berneck and the Rhine Valley with its cultural events and exhibitions. This regional cultural institution has been in existence for 30 years and has been organized as an association since 2008.

Kunsthalle St. Gallen
Exhibitions of national and international contemporary art

Kunsthaus Bregenz
Contemporary art (paintings and sculptures)

Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein Vaduz
International modern and contemporary art

Kunstmuseum St. Gallen
Painting and sculpture from the 19th and 20th century, Sturzenegger collection, temporary exhibitions

Landesmuseum Vorarlberg, Bregenz
For more than 150 years, the Landesmuseum Vorarlberg has been a key centre at which the testimonies of the country’s art and culture have been collected, preserved, researched and made available to the public.

Museum Liner, Appenzell
Collection of the works of the painters Carl August Liner (1871-1946) and Carl Walter Liner (1914-1997), temporary exhibitions

Museum Prestegg, Altstätten
Important collection of everyday objects from upper middle class life

Naturmuseum St. Gallen
Domestic mammals and birds, rocks and geology, reliefs, cartography, life in prehistoric times, applied geology and geothermics

Local museums
Most towns and villages in the Rhine Valley have a local museum:
Balgach, Berneck, Marbach, Montlingen, Oberriet, Rebstein, Rüthi

Regional museum Schlangenhaus Werdenberg
Historical folklore museum of the district of Werdenberg

Rheinschauen, Lustenau
Combination of work yard, exhibition and service railway

Show Cheese Dairy, Stein
A glimpse into the art of cheesemaking: cheese dairy equipment you can touch, herbal brine that you can smell and cheesemakers you can watch at work.

Werdenberg Castle
Former ancestral seat of the Count of Werdenberg, folk museum and weapons collection

Heerbrugg Castle Concerts
Concerts in a unique atmosphere.

Schubertiade, Schwarzenberg
The Schubertiade in Schwarzenberg is a festival in a class of its own: during the two concert periods no fewer than song recitals, 19 chamber concerts and seven piano recitals are held informally around the central star Franz Schubert.

St. Gallen Abbey Library
The oldest library in Switzerland and one of the largest and oldest abbey libraries in the world

St. Gallen Textile Museum
Exhibitions of historical lace, embroidery and textiles

Theater am Kirchplatz Schaan
As a regional theatre of international standard, the TAK stages top-flight guest performances, as well as its own productions and co-productions, concerts and lots more besides.

St. Gallen Theatre
The St. Gallen theatre stages operas, operettas, ballet, musicals and plays.

Werdenberg Playhouse "Fabriggli"
The entire theatre is accommodated in the hall (165m2) and the multipurpose room (70m2). Both rooms are flexible in their range of possible uses. The stage and gallery are made up of elements attuned to the needs of the individual events.