International Clock Museum

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 watchmakers at work in the Centre for the Restoration of Antique Timepieces. An audiovisual presentation, a multimedia show and... more

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Old Town and Cathedral of Saint Pierre

Due to its multicultural character, Geneva is often called the smallest metropolis. It has a lively Old Town with wine taverns, art galleries and... more

Old Town and Cathedral of Saint Pierre
Switzerland's Museum of Transportation

Switzerland's Museum of Transportation

The Swiss Museum of Transportation, which was opened in 1959, is Switzerland's most popular museum. The history of mobility and communication is... more

International Clock Museum

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 watchmakers at work in the Centre for the Restoration of Antique Timepieces. An audiovisual presentation, a multimedia show and interactive clocks complete a visit to the world's largest clock museum.

Dedicated to the history of timekeeping, the Musée International d'Horlogerie (MIH) is home to more than 4,500 collection pieces, of which 2,700 watches and around 700 wall clocks. The technical, artistic, social and economic aspect of the history of watchmaking is illustrated here in living manner.

Old Town and Cathedral of Saint Pierre

Due to its multicultural character, Geneva is often called the smallest metropolis. It has a lively Old Town with wine taverns, art galleries and antique dealers. The Cathedral of Saint Pierre sits on the peak of the hill on which the Old Town is located.

Due to its multicultural character, Geneva is often called the smallest metropolis. It has a lively Old Town with wine taverns, art galleries and antique dealers. The Cathedral of Saint Pierre sits on the peak of the hill on which the Old Town is located.

Switzerland's Museum of Transportation

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 exhibitions and theme parks, with simulations, interactive stations and films.

The museum showcases the development of transport and mobility as well as communication methods through a variety of interactive exhibits. Other attractions unique in Switzerland include the film theatre (Imax), planetarium, Swissarena and the Hans Erni Museum.