The San Salvatore Museum houses a collection of rare and precious religious art objects, items which illustrate the history of the Lugano Archfraternity of Good Death and Prayer over the centuries.
The Museum also has a number of other rooms with exhibits of rocks, mineral and fossils, jewels of nature created and hidden deep underground. An exhibition on speleology takes visitors on an amazing, magical journey through the region’s underground caves. A further space illustrates the history of the lightning research centre and the meanings attributed in the past to storms, natural phenomena which have always intrigued man. In addition, visitors can enjoy the permanent exhibition of Swiss tourism posters, which winds its way along the path leading from the funicular arrival station on the mountain to the very peak.