As an architect, I very much enjoyed visiting the Paul Klee Museum to see Renzo Piano's building that mimics the rolling Swiss hills.
Only two exhibits were open. Paul Klee exhibit with about 25 paintings with a very very informative audio guide and an interactive exhibit by attempting to throw a bean bag at a wall of cups filled with paint. You got a chance to see the process of different filled cups of paint that have fallen on a blank canvas over time.
Expected a little more to see from the museum with the local Swiss Art room temporary closed but with October being the down season, it's expected.
Cafe food was quite good.(Salad & Sandwich)
Worth the visit!