HR Giger Museum Bar

I have always wanted to visit the HR Giger Museum but there is entirely too much to post about there. So today I’m going to focus only on the museum bar.

The womb-like interior of the otherworldly environment that is the H.R. Giger Museum Bar is a cavernous, skeletal structure covered by double arches of vertebrae that crisscross the vaulted ceiling of an ancient castle.

With its bone-colored furniture and awe inspiring interior design, the wing of the castle that houses the Museum Bar has a a truly organic feel. The cast concrete surfaces of the bar furnishings have been polished to the point that they are skin soft to the touch, enhancing the impression of being inside a once living creature, of sitting on something, perhaps less than alive, but very warm and enveloping just the same.

Has anyone been to this marvelous place? If so…please tell me about it!

Read about the bar (and see some other pictures) in this article.

HR Giger Museum

16 Responses to “HR Giger Museum Bar”

  1. That’s remarkable! Thanx for finding this.

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      You’re very welcome. I hope someone who has been there chimes in in the comments so we can get a firsthand account.

  2. Wow. I would love to be the guy who opens the place up in the morning. Pop in, sit on a bone-throne and cackle an evil laugh. Ahhhh… what might have been were I evil enough. Damn conscience!

  3. Oh my god that is like a dream come true.

  4. Someday, you and me are going!

  5. omg love the bone-colored furniture!
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  6. Anonymous Says:

    Omg I would kill to go there. 😦

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      Yep, it’s on my list of destinations too. Unfortunately, I had no other plans to visit that area!

  7. Going at the weekend… so looking forward to it….

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