The time-measurement route

The time-measurement route was born from the desire of 5 museums, all dedicated to the watchmaking craft, to offer a synergy allowing tourists, as well as specialists, to discover 5 magnificent collections all complementary to each other, and this over a distance of about 80 km.

A cross-border collaboration between France and Switzerland has developed from Besançon to La Chaux-de-Fonds. They don’t talk about Neuchâtel and the Observatory! PDF File

Musée du Temps, Besançon, France
Musée de l’horlogerie, Morteau, France
Musée de la montre, Villers-le-Lac, France
Musée d’horlogerie du Locle, Suisse
Musée international d’horlogerie, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Suisse

Display in the Musée d’horlogerie du Locle.

Neuchâtel Tourism

At the heart of time

The creation of an exhibition at the Neuchâtel Observatory is an important piece that could complete the offer that Neuchâtel Tourism has developed with its concept “At the heart of time” (Flyer), and “Explore Swiss Watchmaking“.

La création d’une exposition à l’Observatoire de Neuchâtel est une pièce importante qui pourrait venir compléter l’offre que Neuchâtel Tourism offre avec son concept “Au coeur du temps”.

Exhibition Mobile / Immobile

Forum vies mobiles

Welcomed in many media, the Mobile/Immobile exhibition raises questions that resonate strongly in the current climate. What are the possible future in terms of mobility? Will we be able to travel tomorrow as much as today? Interview with Christophe Gay, Director of the Forum Vies mobiles. Until 29 April 2019 at the Archives nationales, in Paris.

Saluée dans de nombreux médias, l’exposition Mobile/Immobile pose des questions qui résonnent fortement dans le climat actuel. Quels sont les futurs possibles en matière de mobilité ? Pourra-t-on se déplacer demain autant qu’aujourd’hui ? Interview du directeur du Forum Vies mobiles, Christophe Gay. Jusqu’au 29 avril 2019 aux Archives nationales, à Paris.

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