This imposing building was designed by the architect Léo Chatelain and was inaugurated in 1884. It features an impressive staircase decorated by the remarkable paintings of Léo-Paul Robert (1851-1923).
At the head of the staircase can be seen three beautiful stained-glass windows designed and executed by the British artist Clement Heaton (1861-1940).
The Museum of Art and History in Neuchâtel, houses both temporary and permanent exhibitions, such as the famous automats of Jaquet-Droz, that we will discover during our visit.
Lunch – 12h00
Visit – 14h30
Lunch, pay for what you consume
Museum, Adults: CHF 8.- AVS: CHF 4.-
Reservations to: Helen Stoeckli-Evans
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or SMS to Mobile: 079 507 29 06
By Thursday, 20 April 2023 please
From the train station take the funicular down to the University.
Walk towards the lake then turn right and walk in the direction of the port/west to reach the restaurant.