Patek Philippe Museum

Patek Philippe Museum

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. more

Lausanne

Lausanne

Lausanne, the second-largest city on Lake Geneva, combines a dynamic commercial town with the locality of a holiday resort. The capital of the...more

Engelberg

Engelberg

Engelberg offers an action-packed summer and winter programme while also...more

International Clock Museum

International...

The Musée International d'Horlogerie (MIH) is home to more than 4,500 of...more

Patek Philippe Museum

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.

Housed in a building erected in the early twentieth century, the Patek Philippe Museum introduces visitors to 500 years of watchmaking history.

Lausanne

Lausanne, the second-largest city on Lake Geneva, combines a dynamic commercial town with the locality of a holiday resort. The capital of the canton of Vaud is also a lively university and convention town. Sports and culture are given a high profile in the Olympic capital.

Lausanne, the second-largest city on Lake Geneva, combines a dynamic commercial town with the locality of a holiday resort. The capital of the canton of Vaud is also a lively university and convention town. Sports and culture are given a high profile in the Olympic capital.

Engelberg

Engelberg offers an action-packed summer and winter programme while also offering every opportunity for relaxation. The ‘Mountain of Angels’ as the founders of the Benedictine monastery called the place in 1120 is located in the heart of Central Switzerland. The Titlis at an altitude of 3020 metres above sea level and its glacier park are accessible by revolving rotair cableway.

The high valley of Engelberg in Central Switzerland boasts an action-packed summer and winter programme while also offering every opportunity for relaxation. The “mountain of angels”, as it was named in 1120 by the founders of the imposing Benedictine monastery, is located in the heart of Central Switzerland.

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.