WOODEN SCALES MUSEUM
CLAIRVAUX LES LACS
During his all life Marcel Yérly created about hundred wooden scales from 50 cm to 3 meters. He reproduced identically all the mechanical parts of cars, train, boats, motorcycles, etc. Presented by a film of 15 minutes you can visit, this exhibition of 1000 m². During the visit you will also...
THE TOY MUSEUM
MOIRANS EN MONTAGNE
For children from 3 years old. Children’s tour, games booklet, audio-video guide, temporary exhibitions, storytelling visits, creative and educational workshops, digital games areas, videos, shows, indoor and outdoor playgrounds. Audio-video guide available in English, German and Dutch. Prior...
LAVANS LES SAINT CLAUDE
You will see 1,500 different tools, a 12th-century lathe and the use of various materials (box, bone, corozo). You can also watch how horn, a tough material, is turned into sculptures or shiny round, oval or twisted beads. Decorative or practical items, lamps and more on sale at the museum.
ECOMUSÉE - MAISON MICHAUD
CHAPELLE DES BOIS
At entry of La Combe des Cives, the Michaud house opens its doors to you. From the cellar with cheese to the Upper Houses, from barn to the stable, the Ecomusée Maison Michaud evokes the country life during last centuries. Come to discover men's ingeniousness who knew how to adapt their...
FORMER CHEESE FACTORY - FORT DU PLASNE
FORT DU PLASNE
In the village of Fort-du-Plasne, the association « Les Amis du Grandvaux » will guide you in this former cheese factory built in 1825, to the discovery of traditionnal cheese making, the importance of the activities in the local environment. 2€/pax; 30€/group.
Located in the restored historical palace of the abbey (15th-18th c.), the Abbey Museum / Guy Bardone-René Genis legacy has a 20th-century-artwork collection donated by artists Guy Bardone and René Genis, and a basement housing the most important archaeological remains of the Saint-Claude abbey...
THE GLASSES MUSEUM
Located in Morez, birthplace of the global optics industry, the Eyewear Museum takes you on a tour of the history of glasses. In 1796, frames were born from a single nail in Morez. Disciver how the people of the Haut Jura used their ingenuity and know-how to develop a whole new industrial...