In order to make your visit to the museum as memorable as possible, the Museum of Communication has invented a new role, that of the communicator. The communicators are the living core of our exhibition and the sparks that will ignite authentic experiences. As hosts, they constantly move about the museum. They involve visitors in a dialogue - between equals, as we are all experts in communication after all. They will, of course, also have an answer to your questions, and know background and unique stories behind the 1000 objects on display at the museum. And they have a few tricks up their sleeves that provide access to hidden treasures within the museum. A unique experience in Switzerland!

The communicators bring direct dialogue into the exhibition, and therefore make an individual experience out of every visit. In short, the museum becomes personal and as such better equipped to respond to the different needs of its visitors. How do we go about doing it? Let us surprise you!

In order to be prepared for this challenging job, the communicators have undergone an elaborate training programme especially designed by the museum. Together with an adult educator, we developed a course that has equipped them for this challenge in the best way possible. The communicators are now looking forward to meeting you at the exhibition.