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The Stalla Libra was founded in 2011 by Fabio Hendry, designer, and Arthur Loretz, architect. Both grew up in Sedrun, but now live in London and Zurich. Like so many Grisons who have emigrated to the Lower Land, they feel closely connected to their place of origin. The first exhibition in the Stalla Libra art space opened in August 2011
In 2015, young designers from the Royal College of Art in London set up a playhouse in the former stable of a very special kind. Skill, creativity and perseverance are required at various game stations. The plug-in game and the labyrinth are also suitable for smaller children.
The butcher of Stalla Libra can no longer be found! Desperate, the butcher's shop is looking for a new butcher's master. Who will pass the butcher's exam and be named the new butcher? The course consists of eleven exciting games. The individual stations can be played by two to four players, in turn. Whoever wins the most games will be crowned champion.
Winter: Dress warm
Admission is free
By train from Andermatt over the Oberalp Pass or from Chur via Ilanz to Sedrun
By car from Andermatt over the Oberalp Pass or from Chur via Ilanz to Sedrun. The Oberalp Pass has a winter closure
Public parking in the village centre (blue zone)
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