We will be reaching Switzerland on 1st April17 06:35hrs at Zurich Airport and departing flight on 14th April17 at 07:00hrs. I have booked all days in Winderswil.
1 trip of each mode of transport easily doable with 2 little ones (example, 1 boat trip, 1 cable car, 1 cogwheel, etc)
Some cable cars and funiculars etc will be operating all the time while you are there, but others will be closed or operating only for part of the time, so you will need to organise your activities around the opening/closing dates.
Open/operating all the time while you are there:
Cable car to Grütschalp, train to Mürren
Cable car Stechelberg-Gimmelwald-Mürren
Allmendhubel funicular (Mürren)
Boats on Lake Thun and Lake Brienz
Open only part of the time while you are there:
Wengen to Männlichen cable car (closes 3 April)
Open-Air Museum Ballenberg (opens 13 April, 10 am to 5 pm).
The following trains and funiculars will not be operating while you are there:
Harderbahn to Harder Kulm (does not open until 14 April)
Schynige Platte train (does not open until 27 May)
Brienz-Rothorn train (does not open until 3 June)
Reichenbach Falls funicular (does not open until 4 May)
Wengen and Mürren are lovely villages to stroll through, with suitable surfaces/gradients for strollers. Wengen has a lookout with wonderful views. If you scroll down the following thread a bit to my post of 11 Apr 2016, there are directions and a map.
www.myswissalps.com/fo rum/topic/lauterbrunne nmurrengrindewaldwenge ngrutschalp
Wilderswil itself has a lovely little nook of beautiful traditional houses, a small square with park, and a covered wooden bridge over the Lütschine River, that dates from 1738 and is just a few minutes’ walk from the station. To get there, cross the tracks at the station crossing, go down Bahnhofstrasse, continue in the same direction along Allmendstrasse to the bridge and Lütschine river (map and some photos attached).
>> Also any limitations to use of stroller on any trips?
On some forms of transport you will need to fold the stroller and carry the child, due to lack of space (e.g. funiculars, gondolas). Gondolas might be a bit tricky to board, as they don’t actually stop moving, although they do move very slowly for boarding.
Wilderswil station does not have raised platforms, so you will need to decide whether you can lift the stroller onto the train, or whether you need to fold it and carry the child to board. Some trains have low floors, but others have some stairs.
I haven’t been to the Ballenberg Open Air Museum yet, but according to their website, the west part of the museum is less steep and has more easily-accessible houses than the East part. There are bus stops for both the east and west entrances.