Terms and Conditions of Use

Important legal notice

This website www.museumspass.ch (SSMP website) was created and launched by the Swiss Museum Pass Foundation (SSMP) with registered office in Switzerland, Heinrichstrasse 177, 8005 Zürich, entered in the Commercial Register of the Canton of Zurich under number CH-109.809.511.

Please carefully read through the following terms and conditions before continuing. By visiting the SSMP website, persons agree with the following terms and conditions. If you do not agree with the following terms and conditions, we kindly ask you to refrain from using or revisiting the SSMP website.

The SSMP reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions of use at any time in whole or in part without notice. Unless explicitly otherwise notified the new terms and conditions are applicable to all the information, details and services on this website. By continuing to use the SSMP website the amendments are deemed to have been accepted.

Copyright and trademark rights

The entire content of the SSMP website is protected by copyright. All rights belong to the SSMP or to third parties. The elements on the SSMP website are only freely accessible to enable browsing. The reproduction of the material or parts thereof in any written or electronic form is only permitted with an explicit reference to the SSMP website and only insofar as copyright symbols or other legally protected designations are not removed. If data or programs are downloaded from the SSMP website or otherwise reproduced, all the property and intellectual property rights thereto will be retained by SSMP or any third-party holders of rights. The (full or partial) reproduction, transmission, modification, linkage or use of the SSMP website for public or commercial purposes is prohibited without the prior written consent of the SSMP and without fully citing the source.

For the most part, the various names and logos on the SSMP website are registered, protected marks. No part of the SSMP website has been designed such that a licence or a right to use an image, a registered trademark or a logo is automatically granted. The SSMP does not grant users of the SSMP website any rights (in particular, intellectual property rights, e.g. if the SSMP website or parts thereof are downloaded or copied), with the exception of any rights required to use the SSMP website.

No warranty

Although the SSMP has taken every care to ensure the reliability of the information found on the SSMP website at the time of its publication, neither the SSMP nor its partners can provide an explicit or implicit assurance or warranty (even vis-à-vis third parties) regarding the accuracy, reliability or completeness of the information. Opinions and other information or offers on the SSMP website can be changed at any time without notice.

To the extent permitted by law, the SSMP accepts no responsibility and offers no warranty with regard to the accuracy, reliability, functionality, marketability, completeness, (satisfactory) quality, suitability for any purpose, non-violation of rights or absence of errors in the information and offers presented on this website.

Limitation of liability

If a contractual relationship exists between the SSMP and the user of the SSMP website or another service provided by the SSMP, the SSMP will only be liable for damage arising from gross negligence or intent. The SSMP excludes any liability for damage caused by an auxiliary. The SSMP is not liable for loss of revenue, data losses or any other direct, indirect or consequential damage arising from access to elements on the SSMP website and/or the inability to access or use them or arising from links to other website or from technical malfunctions.

Links to other websites

The creation of links to pages on the SSMP website requires the prior written consent of the SSMP. Framing pages from the SSMP website (i.e. embedding them in another website) is not permitted. The SSMP website contains links to websites operated by third parties which may be of interest to you. By clicking on such links you may under certain circumstances leave the SSMP website or excerpts from third-party websites may be displayed within the SSMP website. The SSMP has no control over the third-party websites linked to the SSMP website and is not responsible or liable in any way for the functioning of such third-party websites. This applies regardless of whether you leave the SSMP website after clicking on a link or if the third-party content is displayed in a frame on SSMP website and, in the latter case, also if the provider of the information from another website is not immediately apparent. Creating such links or visiting third-party websites takes place entirely at the user’s risk.


When the SSMP website is visited certain data is automatically recorded (e.g. cookies). This means that the privacy provisions are applicable when visiting our website. You can consult the privacy provisions by clicking here.

Applicable law and place of jurisdiction

The foregoing provisions and use of the SSMP website are governed by Swiss substantive law to the exclusion of provisions governing the conflict of laws.

The exclusive place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising in relation to the foregoing provisions and use of the SSMP website is Zurich, Switzerland. However, the SSMP is entitled to take legal action at any other competent court of law.


These terms and conditions of use were last amended in November 2018. If you have any questions or comments concerning our legal notice please contact us via info@museumspass.ch.


We do not want to see any illegal, offensive or punishable statements or discussions on our website or on our other channels. If users, our organisation or third parties are defamed, we reserve the right to delete such contributions without comment because they are not in line with our netiquette.

In particular, such manifestations include the following:

  • Infringement of copyright;
  • Offensive speech or images in relation to gender, race, sexual orientation, religion or culture;
  • Aggressive behaviour towards persons or companies;
  • Content that is unrelated to our organisation or to museum-related topics;
  • Self-promotion or promotion of other trademarks.