The Engadin is known as a place of inspiration for great and famous artists. The extraordinary landscape, the special light conditions, the density of famous personalities who have already worked here make the valley unique in this respect as well.
Ferdinand Hodler, Cuno Amiet, Alberto Giacometti, Wilhelm F. Burger, Friedrich Nietsche and above all Giovanni Segantini, who even made the Engadin his adopted home, are all associated with the Engadin. One of the most extensive collections of Segantini's works can be seen today in the Segantini Museum in St. Moritz.
Beyond this, more than 20 other museums shape the Engadin cultural landscape. They are dedicated to the history and culture of the region. Immerse yourself in this world, which lets you see and experience the Engadin in a different way once again. A fine example is the impressive Museum Engiadinais, which leads in 21 exhibition rooms through 500 years of living culture from the Engadin and the neighboring regions.
Choose from a wide range of cultural activities on offer over the Engadin.
For every day, the right offer