A simulator lets you drive the legendary Crocodile locomotive along the Albula Line yourself.
600 exhibits from more than a century of railway history pay tribute to the pioneering achievements that took place in Graubünden, to the people that shaped the railway – and to the landscape that was shaped by it. Decommissioned station clocks, historical documents and engineering plans illustrate the history and importance of the spectacular UNESCO World Heritage route between Thusis and Tirano.
Children and railway fans can press buttons and switches in the driving simulator of the Crocodile engine, not only amateur model-builders will be amazed by the model workshop and everyone will be impressed by the temporary and interactive exhibitions. The Albula Railway Museum is right next to Bergün railway station on the Albula Line from Chur to St. Moritz. The exhibition space takes up 1,300 square metres.