Chemins de fer du Kaeserberg

Chemins de fer du Kaeserberg

The “Chemins de fer du Kaeserberg” is a new private model railway museum that is sure to thrill budding train drivers of all ages.more

The Peasant Museum

The Peasant Museum

In a lovely 17th century Neuchâtel farmhouse, a whole host of objects are displayed to give an insight into the lives of the farmer/watchmakers and their families, who prepared, built and developed the region. There is a different temporary...more

Collection de l'Art Brut

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Jean Dubuffet was the first to recognise the artistic quality of work...more

Museum of Prehistory, Zug

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With its "Journey to the Past" theme, the permanent exhibition features...more

Chemins de fer du Kaeserberg

The “Chemins de fer du Kaeserberg” is a new private model railway museum that is sure to thrill budding train drivers of all ages.

The “Chemins de fer du Kaeserberg” is a new private model railway museum that is sure to thrill budding train drivers of all ages.

Chemins de fer du Kaeserberg
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The Peasant Museum

In a lovely 17th century Neuchâtel farmhouse, a whole host of objects are displayed to give an insight into the lives of the farmer/watchmakers and their families, who prepared, built and developed the region. There is a different temporary exhibition every year, as well as various types of entertainment.

Go back in time to the life of clock-making peasants in the Neuchâtel Jura.

The Peasant Museum
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Collection de l'Art Brut

Jean Dubuffet was the first to recognise the artistic quality of work produced spontaneously by social outcasts – self-taught artists he encountered in psychiatric hospitals, prisons and elsewhere.

Jean Dubuffet was the first to recognise the artistic quality of work produced spontaneously by social outcasts – self-taught artists he encountered in psychiatric hospitals, prisons and elsewhere.

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Museum of Prehistory, Zug

With its "Journey to the Past" theme, the permanent exhibition features archeological finds from Canton Zug. Life-like human figures, models of settlements, and stories bring everyday life in bygone days back to life.

With its "Journey to the Past" theme, the permanent exhibition features archeological finds from Canton Zug. Life-like human figures, models of settlements, and stories bring everyday life in bygone days back to life.

Museum of Prehistory, Zug
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