The Museum of Communication (Museum für Kommunikation) in Bern is the only museum in Switzerland that deals exclusively with the history of communication. It is the successor of the postal museum founded in 1907 and still houses one of the largest publicly accessible philately collections in the world. The museum moved into its new building, designed by Andrea Roost, in 1990. It was awarded the Council of Europe Museum Prize in 2019.
The new permanent exhibition opened in 2017 and was designed by Kossmanndejong. Designed as an abstract data center, the digital communication area focuses on technological developments and social issues such as big data and privacy.
The artwork "Communication" by Swiss artist Peter Stämpfli is installed on the wall next to the ramps connecting the different storeys of the exhibitions. It consists of 32 steel elements.