Ethnographic Museum, Neuchâtel
"The place is enchanting. Surrounded by gardens and perched on a hill with a magnificent view, this museum is housed in an architectural complex juxtaposing the Villa de Pury, the Institut d’ethnologie and another building with a Hans Erni fresco. In this magical setting, provocative and thoughtful exhibitions have been designed, quickly winning recognition for the museum due to their special approach and pertinence. The old curator, Jacques Hainard, who played a big part in this, openly said that he detested meaningless juxtapositions of objects. The current team at the museum perpetuates this spirit by proposing thought-provoking exhibitions about post-industrial western societies."
Tuesday to Sunday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Adults: CHF 8.-
Students, apprentices, seniors: CHF 4.-
Children up to 16: free
Groups (min. 10 people): CHF 4.-
Wednesday: Free entry
Good to know
- Guided tour on request: CHF 100.-
- Duration: 1hour 30 min.
- Languages: English, French, German and Spanish.
Rue Saint-Nicolas 4
T. +41 (0)32 717 85 60