The most impressive 360° panorama experience in the Alps awaits you here! In the world's first-ever rotating restaurant at an altitude of almost 3'000 m, probably the most spectacular high-Alpine mountain panorama with over 200 peaks glides silently by. The circular panorama reaches as far as the Titlis, along the Bernese Alps, to the Mont Blanc and across the lowlands as far as the Black Forest.
In winter the Schilthorn is starting point of the Inferno Race to Lauterbrunnen. Arrival by bus via Stechelberg cable-car station in 30 minutes from Grindelwald. By train you reach the Schilthorn via Lauterbrunnen-Mürren.
The Piz Gloria rotating restaurant (2'970 m) turns around its axis in 55 minutes and allows the greatest of nature's wonders - the entire central Alps - to pass before you. From the Jura along the Bernese Alps as far as the Mont Blanc a never-ending mixture of mountains, valleys and lakes unfolds before you.In the Touristorama the visitor can choose between watching excerpts (10 minutes in length) of the James Bond film made on the Schilthorn or the Panorama-Multivision show (12 minutes in length) about the fascination of the four seasons in the region.
Further attractions are the large viewing terrace, the new James Bond bar as well as an attractive souvenir shop.
Forty years in the footsteps of James Bond "On Her Majesty's Secret Service"
The Schilthorn Aerial Cableway honours the secret agent with a very special photographic exhibition staged on the original film set – the Piz Gloria at 2970 metres above sea level. Get the background facts on filming and find out how James Bond and the film crew cast an everlasting spell on the entire valley.
The exhibition lasts from mid-June to the end of October and is free to Schilthorn visitors!