A space dedicated to the art of watchmaking and its history across the centuries preserved by the Junod family for 150 years
This space, dedicated to the art of watchmaking and its history across the centuries, brings together the furniture, tools, books and photos as well as a significant collection of over 500 watches and clocks preserved by the Junod family for 150 years.
This is a visit not to be missed, a real journey through time offered through an authentic reconstruction, using original furniture, of the Junod workshop of 1880.
A collection of over 500 watches and clocks
The collection, which includes pieces dating from the 1600s to the present day, contains numerous treasures. Among these you’ll find the very first Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso watch ever made, a splendid selection of musical pocket watches and minute repeater watches from the 19th century as well as one of the largest private collections of Omega watches. The museum also houses the heraldic archives of more than 1000 families from the region as well as a magnificent collection of bookplates.
Open from Monday to Saturday from 10.00 am to 12.00 pm and from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm, or by appointment.
Chronograph in 18k about 1900,
business cards "Junod Frères" about 1900.