Seelisberg, population 700, is a village in the Swiss heartland, not far from the historically significant Rütli meadow.
With its incomparably beautiful landscape at an altitude of 850 metres above sea level Seelisberg offers a front-row view of Lake Lucerne.
The history tour is free of charge and freely accessible year-round, designed in four languages (de/fr/it/en) and pram and wheelchair accessible for most of its length.
Each of the 12 stations from Treib pier via Seelisberg all the way to the breath-taking Marienhöhe and back down to the Rütli speaks for itself and can be individually visited; together the stations make up a greater whole.
The carefully layered wood stacks in their bent steel frames add a special touch and harmonize beautifully with the landscape.
With their playful elements and amusing stories, the wood stacks are a treat for the eye and ear.