Trubschachen Heritage Museum

The typical, historical Emmental settlement in the heart of the village of Trubschachen features a main farmhouse, an outbuilding (Stöckli) and a storehouse (Spycher). The homey cohesion of the buildings, along with the rich variety of items on display, make the museum a real treasure of the region. The 18th century outbuilding and storehouse offer a glimpse into the history of the Emmental’s home, farm and industrial life.

The farmhouse is home to a show pottery, where visitors can observe the production of artfully painted pottery, as well as a cozy café.

Museum opening hours:
April through the end of October, Sunday 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Special opening times and tours arranged upon request.

The show pottery and café are also open on weekdays. or Tel. +41 (0)34 495 60 38.
If traveling with public transportation:
Train to/from Trubschachen. Tip: The special RegioExpress Kambly train can be taken Tues–Sun, departing Bern at 9:36 a.m. and 1:36 p.m., and Lucerne at 7:57 a.m., 11:57 a.m. and 3:57 p.m.

If traveling by car:
From Bern, Basel, Zurich:
Exit Kirchberg and follow signs toward Burgdorf, Langnau, Trubschachen.

From Lucerne:
Exit Emmen and follow signs toward Entlebuch, Escholzmatt, Trubschachen.

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