The path between the Fondation Beyeler and the Vitra Campus is naturally beautiful, but thanks to 24 special waymarks, your walk or bike tour will become an art excursion in a class of its own. Eye-catching art objects, such as cuckoo clocks, birdcages and a high perch designed by artist Tobias Rehberger, will guide you from one museum to another.
Good to know.
The Rehberger-Weg is a cross-border sculpture trail created by the Fondation Beyeler, the municipality of Riehen, Vitra and the city of Weil am Rhein. It was named after the German artist Tobias Rehberger.
Expect to walk for 1.5 to 2 hours.
The first half of the 24 waymarks was installed in 2015 and the second half in 2016.
From the city centre or the Badischer Bahnhof, take tram no. 6 in the direction of “Riehen, Grenze”. The “Fondation Beyeler” tram stop is right outside the museum.
From the Basel Swiss SBB railway station, take tram no. 2 in the direction of “Eglisee” to the stop “Basel, Badischer Bahnhof”, where you transfer to tram no. 6 in the direction of “Riehen, Grenze” to the Fondation Beyeler.
Bus no. 55 takes you from Claraplatz or Badischer Bahnhof directly to the “Vitra” stop in just 20 minutes.
At the Basel Swiss SBB railway station, take tram no. 8 in the direction of “Weil am Rhein Bahnhof/Zentrum” to the terminus in 35 minutes. From there, it is a 15-minute walk to the Vitra Campus.