About the Mühlerama

The heart of the museum is the industrial mill from 1913, which was converted into a museum in 1986. During opening hours, the mill is put into operation and explained by a miller. Thus, the mill still produces several tons of flour annually. In a permanent exhibition, the cultural history of milling, the Mühle Tiefenbrunnen and the Wehrli miller family is presented to the public in a vivid and interactive way.

At the pulse of time, special exhibitions on current topics of nutrition, health and sustainability are shown annually.

The museum's offerings are complemented by a rich array of workshops and guided tours for children and adults. Bread baking classes, tours of the historic mill and the special exhibitions are particularly popular.

Over the years, Mühlerama has earned an excellent reputation as a lively, eventful and sensory museum.

Contact persons

Museum Team

Museum management
Pius Tschumi

Management mill and mediation
Andreas Bommer

Reception, Shop, Operation
Luana Cardu

Booking and advice
Elisabeth Sinstadt

Baking and cooking school
Julia Graf

Education and mediation
Claudia Winteler


Education and mediation
Johanna Bardill, Julia Graf, Christina Hänni, Enes Kekec, Beat Maumary, Elena Santi, Claudia Winteler

Mill operation
Andreas Bommer, Beat Maumary, Claudia Winteler, Martin Manser

Luana Cardu, Darja Keller, Ambar Rüdisühli, Claudia Winteler

Clean-Service AG, Oberengstringen

Board of Trustees

Daniel Wehrli
Foundation Board President

Thomas Bratschi
Foundation Board


Here you will find picture material, media releases and reports. Of course, you can download the information directly. If you would like additional information, please feel free to contact us. You are always welcome at the Mill!

We ask you to respect the copyright and would be very pleased to receive a specimen copy.

Image material

"The Factory" conveyor belt to pleasure, health and ecology (JPG)

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© Martin Stollenwerk

"The Factory" conveyor belt to pleasure, health and ecology (JPG)

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© Martin Stollenwerk

"Mini mill" didactic hands on station on conveying technology mill (JPG).

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© Martin Stollenwerk

New reception and museum store (JPG)

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© Martin Stollenwerk

Bakehouse, workshop room (JPG)

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© Martin Stollenwerk

Bakehouse, workshop room and historic indistrie mill (JPG)

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© Martin Stollenwerk

Roller mill with projection of historical images (JPG)

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© Martin Stollenwerk


The Mühlerama would like to thank the following donors, cooperation partners, supporters, foundations and sponsors for their commitment.

As a private foundation, we appreciate donations from institutions and individuals alike. Contributions - whether small or large - help us to offer you a great program throughout the year.

Subsidy provider

Cooperation partner




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How to find us

Mühle Tiefenbrunnen
Seefeldstrasse 231
8008 Zurich

Plan route

Seefeldstrasse 231
8008 Zurich

Streetcar 2 and 4 or bus 33
to Wildbachstrasse or
Tiefenbrunnen train station.
Train S6 or S16 to train station

Parking spaces:
Parking garage or parking lot of the
Mühle Tiefenbrunnen at the

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