Leysin Museum

Description

How did people live in the 18th century? The Leysin Museum tells you about it and retraces its history, in a chalet. No need for a time machine, just get lost in the rooms and imagine life in the past.

At the Leysin Museum, enthusiasts have reconstructed an 18th century mazot. In a series of small rooms, more than a thousand objects from the daily life of the Leysenouds are on display. Furniture, kitchen accessories, toys, but also numerous posters and press cuttings tell you about the life of the resort until today. Adults and children can imagine what life was like before. Some objects have now changed or no longer exist. Sometimes it is even a real puzzle to find and understand their former use. You take a real trip back in time, in one of the oldest chalets in the resort.

Free admission. Groups of 10 or more children : CHF 1.50/child

How did people live in the 18th century? The Leysin Museum tells you about it and retraces its history, in a chalet. No need for a time machine, just get lost in the rooms and imagine life in the past.

At the Leysin Museum, enthusiasts have reconstructed an 18th century mazot. In a series of small rooms, more than a thousand objects from the daily life of the Leysenouds are on display. Furniture, kitchen accessories, toys, but also numerous posters and press cuttings tell you about the life of the resort until today. Adults and children can imagine what life was like before. Some objects have now changed or no longer exist. Sometimes it is even a real puzzle to find and understand their former use. You take a real trip back in time, in one of the oldest chalets in the resort.

Free admission. Groups of 10 or more children : CHF 1.50/child

Schedules

Closed now
10:00 - 14:00
17:00 - 23:00
Location
Getting There
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