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Jurassisches Bauernmuseum (Jura Farmers Museum)

Jurassisches Bauernmuseum (Jura Farmers Museum)

Return to rural life with a visit to the Farmers Museum. The main attraction is the building itself, a large double storey farmhouse from the 16th century with a shingled roof. This museum north of Tramelan depicts the homes of two peasant families from centuries past, and makes for an impressive...more

Nature Trail in the forest of the Theusseret Nature Reserve

Nature Trail in the forest of the...

The forest areas, which extend up to the depression of the peat bog "La Tourbière" are ideal for scientific exploration of the forest. The...more

Horse Show in Saignelégier (JU)

Horse Show in...

Since its inception at the end of the nineteenth century, the...more

Jurassisches Bauernmuseum (Jura Farmers Museum)

Return to rural life with a visit to the Farmers Museum. The main attraction is the building itself, a large double storey farmhouse from the 16th century with a shingled roof. This museum north of Tramelan depicts the homes of two peasant families from centuries past, and makes for an impressive insight into what life was like back then. Open all year round upon request.

Nature Trail in the forest of the Theusseret Nature Reserve

The forest areas, which extend up to the depression of the peat bog "La Tourbière" are ideal for scientific exploration of the forest. The Theusseret Nature Reserve has the task to safeguard the long-term protection and preservation of animal and plant species and to encourage the exploration of the forest.

Winter horse riding - a dream-like experience

Rides on horseback through the snowy countryside accompanied solely by peace and quiet.

Horse Show in Saignelégier (JU)

Since its inception at the end of the nineteenth century, the Saignelégier Horse Show had as its objective the recognition and promotion of a native breed of horse: the Franches-Montagnes.

Second weekend in August

Since its inception at the end of the nineteenth century, the Saignelégier Horse Show had as its objective the recognition and promotion of a native breed of horse: the Franches-Montagnes. Initially held with an important cattle market, the festivities have evolved largely into a horse show.