N'oublie pas mon petit soulier

N'oublie pas mon petit soulier
N'oublie pas mon petit soulier
Une histoire du cadeau de Noël

Qu’il soit grand, petit, rond, carré, encombrant ou discret, le cadeau de Noël fait s’impatienter les enfants qui s’appliquent à dresser la liste des jouets convoités, alors que les adultes guettent la surprise originale. Cette année, le Château de Gruyères comble les plus curieux en dévoilant l’histoire du cadeau de Noël et des étrennes tant attendues.

A travers une multitude de jouets anciens et de présents délicatement choisis dans le secret des bimbeloteries, l’exposition N’oublie pas mon petit soulier retrace l’évolution du cadeau de Noël, mais également celle de son précieux papier décoré que l’on aime tant déballer.

Atelier enfants
Les beaux papiers : crée un papier unique pour emballer des cadeaux.
Sa. 14 déc. de 14h à 15h30
Dès 6 ans
Sur inscription (T. 026 921 21 02), gratuit


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Le Gruyère AOP  

Welcome on our website. The english full version is under development and will be online soon. Please find hereunder the basic information about our castle and how to find us. If you need more information, please contact us at info@chateau-gruyeres.ch.

Presentation     Opening Hours     Entry fees     Location

 

Presentation

Gruyères Castle has stood proudly atop a verdant hill in the heart of Switzerland since the 13th century.

Surrounded by the magnificent panorama of the Alpine foothills, the medieval fortress has been home first to the counts who built it, then to the bailiffs of Fribourg, and finally the Bovy and Balland families from Geneva, before opening its doors to the public in 1938.

Today, the castle houses prestigious collections that bear witness to its long and rich history. The treasures to be found within its walls include the capes of the Order of the Golden Fleece and the intricate stained-glass windows dating from the Middle Ages; the frescoes commissioned by the bailiffs under the Ancien Régime; paintings by Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot; and the troubadour decorations of the Knights’ Hall, created at Gruyères in the 19th century by a colony of passionate artists. From its ramparts to its Frenchstyle gardens, from the guard room to its romantic salons, Gruyères Castle takes you on an adventure through eight centuries of art, history and legends.

Opening Hours

The castle is open eveyday of the year, 9am to 6pm from april to october and 10am to 5pm from november to march.

The castle’s visit takes about 1 hour.

Entry fees

Adults : CHF 12.00
Retired, students : CHF 8.00
Groups (starting from 15 « adult » entries) : CHF 8.00
Kids (from 6 to 15) : CHF 4.00
Under 6 years : free
Families (2 adults, 3 children under 16) : CHF 25.00

If you visit the same day another museum in Gruyères (Maison du Gruyère, Tibet Museum, HR Giger Museum), ask for a combined ticket with the castle.

All credit cards are accepted. Euros notes are accepted but the change is given back in Swiss Francs.

Location

https://goo.gl/maps/ZETJxaEsAqB2

to come by public transportation
www.cff.ch/horaire