Regionalmuseum Langnau i. E.
“Come to the Emmental” – special exhibition
The exhibition illustrates the history of tourism in the Emmental from the first travellers to the valley to today’s wide range of facilities for tourists from all over the world. The Emmental was never one of the major tourist destinations – it was too remote, with no mountains and no lakes. In the 19th century, however, the region became a spa resort; as well as a great many local spas, there were also several formal spa facilities popular with guests from all over Switzerland. In the early 20th century, the Emmental attracted city dwellers in search of relaxation, good food and healthy air in an unspoilt landscape. On many of the hills around the valley, sanatoriums were built. Even today, the Emmental is most popular with lovers of sport and nature, who enjoy spending their holidays in the beautiful rolling landscape of the region.
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Opening hours Today (Sunday) open
The offer is available all year.
Opening hours until 15 November 2020
Tue–Sat 13.30–18.00 hours
Sun 10.00–18.00 hours (also general public holidays)
Opening hours from 23 November 2020 to 21 February 2021
Sunday excluding general public holidays 11.00–17.00 hours
Subject to change without prior notice
- CHF 10.00 Adults
- CHF 8.00 Concession*
- CHF 4.00 Children aged 6–15.99
- Free of charge Children up to the age of 5.99
- CHF 4.00 School classes and teaching staff per person
- CHF 8.00 Groups (10 people or more) per person
* Students, retirees
Prices in CHF incl. VAT / Prices and products subject to alteration.
The Regional Museum is located a five minute walk away from Langnau Railway Station towards the church.
The tour of the Regional Museum Chüechlihus lasts around 1.5 hours. Visit the gift shop after the tour.