Collection de l'Art Brut

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. more

Haus zum Ritter

Haus zum Ritter

The facade of the Haus zum Ritter features one of the most important Renaissance frescoes north of the Alps. The original frescoes by Tobias...more

L’Ermitage de B. Ravet

L’Ermitage de B....

The Hermitage offers the charm of a former wine-grower’s house. Bernard...more

Market Neuchâtel

Market Neuchâtel

The weekly market in Neuchâtel takes place every Tuesday and Saturday...more

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.

The Collection de l’Art Brut showcases a one-of-a-kind collection of “outsider art”, produced by self-taught social outcasts, such as psychiatric hospital patients and prisoners.

Haus zum Ritter

The facade of the Haus zum Ritter features one of the most important Renaissance frescoes north of the Alps. The original frescoes by Tobias Stimmer were taken off the facade in 1935, preserved and displayed in the Museum zu Allerheiligen. The mural depicts and praises the civil virtues.

L’Ermitage de B. Ravet

The Hermitage offers the charm of a former wine-grower’s house. Bernard Ravet spends every day here, producing a delicate cuisine, accompanied by top quality wines. 1 Michelin star and 19 GautMillau points.

L’Ermitage de B.

Market Neuchâtel

The weekly market in Neuchâtel takes place every Tuesday and Saturday (and Thursdays in high season) at the Place des Halles. A real connoisseur's place, full of colours and aromas.

Fruit and vegetable market on the Place des Halles de Neuchâtel. The ideal place for foodies, full of colour and aromas.