The new Bernina maintenance base of the Graubünden Civil Engineering Office on the Bernina Pass not only serves as a base for the winter maintenance of the Bernina Pass road. Rather, this building, designed by the Chur architects Bearth und Deplazes, houses a special attraction: in collaboration with the photographer Guido Baselgia, the architects have installed a Camera Obscura on the top floor of the striking salt and gravel silo, which allows visitors to perceive the Bernina area in a completely new way and to reflect on their perception.
The Camera Obscura can only be visited in guided tours (approx. 30 min).
Reservation required; www.camera-obscura.ch, max. 15 persons.
It is strongly recommended to wear protective masks, the visitor is responsible for the mask.
Meeting point: Parking meter, large parking lot next to Rest. Cambrena
+41 81 839 00 60 | firstname.lastname@example.org
CHF 10.00 per person.
Children under 16 years: free of charge
Cashless payments possible.
(Note: Translated with www.Deepl.com/Translator (free version), These texts were translated automatically and may have grammatical errors or inaccuracies. In case of doubt, the German text applies.)