In the garden pavilion of the Haus zum Kirschgarten, an impressive bouquet of more than 150 artistically painted Easter eggs awaits visitors again at Easter time. In the cosy garden and on the ground floor of the house, children can take part in the popular Easter search game and win a chocolate bunny.
A collection of 18th and 19th century copper moulds is displayed in the pavilion's showcases. They could be used for sweet and savoury baked goods or for jellied dishes of various compositions.
Further down you can also download a great colouring picture.
We wish you lots of fun and good entertainment.
Search for exhibits and immerse yourself in the 3D model of the house. In the process, you can find a solution word and collect a prize at the cash desk.
How to play
Download the solution sheet for the game and print it. Next, wander through the virtual map and look for the objects printed on the solution sheet.
Download solution sheet
In the virtual map, near of each object you will find an orange circle. When you click on a circle, a window will open that displays the letter it is associated with. Write down the letter in the box beneath the picture of the object on the solution sheet. Don't forget to write the solution in the boxes at the bottom of the sheet once you have found all of the letters!
Three rabbits, three ears,
yet each rabbit has two ears!
Traditionally, rabbits are closely associated with Easter.
Colour in this unusual rabbit picture!
Download colouring picture
The object: embroidery
Three rabbits playing music (section of an embroidered linen tablecloth)
Switzerland, first quarter of the 17th century
white and brown linen thread on linen
height: 173cm, width: 123cm (overall dimensions)
Basel Historical Museum, inventory number 1899.35