Discover the first museum entirely dedicated to watchcases
Housed in a completely renovated old watchmaking workshop, the museum presents two typical workshops of the region: a turnery dating back to around 1850 and a mechanized workshop from the 1920s. This place of memory displays hundreds of objects and documents to provide insights on how the manufacturing techniques (lamination, stamping, turning, terminage, soldering, polishing) have developed over time. A first in the history of watchmaking!
Prices per person
- CHF 5.-
Children (up to 12 years old)
Good to know
- Visits upon request: 032 957 65 67 (during business hours 7h30-11h30 and 13h30-16h30)
- The rooms adjacent to the museum can be rented for seminars or conferences.
- Booking required
- Accessible by public transport
- Suitable for families
- Suitable for groups