Tramelan invites visitors to discover its architectural heritage, its combined homes and workshops, and its stained glass windows in the "Temple" and the Church of Saint-Michel.
Deeply rooted in the industrial structure of the region, the village of Tramelan counted in 1896 nearly 2500 employees working in factories or in small workshops at home. Tramelan invites the visitor to discover its built heritage, its workshop-houses, its temple with its magnificent stained glass windows by Bodjol and its church of Saint-Michel. A small town in the countryside, the village is full of original and various activities, buildings with daring architecture and stained glass windows that visitors are delighted to see.
Prices for groups
History of a watchmaker's village
- CHF 130.-
A town in the contryside
- CHF 130.-
Good to know
- Guided tour Tramelan (History of a watchmaker's village or a town in the contryside, duration 1hr30, max. 25 persons per group)
- Languages French, German
- Booking all year round, in advance, at the tourist office
- The COVID certificate is mandatory for all participants to the guided tours (from 16 years old). Please show it to the guide, along with an ID.
- Guided tours