Over three floors there are over 2,000 objects exhibitited, dating from 1839 to 1980. The owner and president of the company, Philippe Stern, owns 1,000 of them.
The Musée International d'Horlogerie (MIH) is home to more than 4,500 of the most famous clocks and watches, each a testimony to the history of timekeeping. Observe...
To experience the Olympics at close quarters and feel the Olympic spirit the way the athletes felt it, to study the history of the Games from antiquity to today -...
For more than two hundred and fifty years, the Vallée de Joux has revelled in the success of its watchmaking industry. The watchmaking businesses of today are...
The Swiss Museum of Transportation, which was opened in 1959, is Switzerland's most popular museum. The history of mobility and communication is documented in...
Sainte-Croix / Les Rasses
The clockmaker Antoine Favre-Salomon, a native of Geneva, invented a musical pocket watch in 1796. Since then he is considered to be the inventor of the music box, and...
As Switzerland's oldest chocolate factory, Cailler has been producing innovative and fine chocolate products since 1819. This state-of-the-art visitor tour at the...
The whole history of Vallorbe, symbolised by the metalworkers' paddle wheel and the railwaymen's locomotive, is housed under one roof in this superb listed building.
Printing paper like in the Gutenberg era.