Ormont Museum

Running from Les Diablerets to Aigle in the Vaudois Alps, the Vallée des Ormonts is a region full of traditions and with a rich heritage. To preserve and share these traditions, the Musée des Ormonts in Vers-l’Eglise, near Les Diablerets, organises temporary exhibitions, open from Wednesday to Sunday.

Extending from Aigle to the foot of the Diablerets Massif, the Ormonts Valley is a region steeped in tradition and blessed with a rich cultural heritage.

To preserve and share these traditions, the Musée des Ormonts regularly puts together exhibitions showcasing different aspects of the valley. The history of winter sport, a journey through old photographs, the Diablerets Bitter drink, devil’s legends and 100 years of regional railway are but a few of the themes that have been covered over the past years.

Thanks to exciting interactive exhibitions, visitors come away feeling that a secret of the Vaud Alps has been revealed.

Hydropower in Les Ormonts
The valley of Les Ormonts has vast hydropower potential, fed by a number of torrents and rivers. For centuries, these have been harnessed to power the water wheels of mills, sawmills, washhouses, etc., and – after the construction of several hydropower plants and dams – facilitated the electrification of villages. Discover the magic of the “White Gold of Les Ormonts” through images, models and films and visit an authentic, water-powered sawmill that is still in use near the village of Vers-L’Eglise.

Practical information

Groups visit upon request all year round.

Exhibition to discover now:
The power of water in Les Ormonts (history of hydraulic energy)

Magic People offers

Notice to Magic Pass holders ! In Villars, Gryon and Les Diablerets, several offers and discounts are reserved for you!

50% discount on the adult ticket and free for the children for the museum.

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Musée des Ormonts
Route de Vers L'Eglise 5
1864 Vers-l'Eglise

Tel : +41 (0)24 492 17 71

Opening hours

From Dec 21, 2019 to Apr 26, 2020
Wednesday - Sunday
13:30 - 17:30
From Jun 20, 2020 to Oct 25, 2020
Wednesday - Sunday
13:30 - 17:30
From Dec 19, 2020 to Apr 18, 2021
Wednesday - Sunday
13:30 - 17:30


CHF 6.-
Group (from 10 people)
CHF 4.-
School class
CHF 2.-
Students, AVS, AI, museum members
CHF 4.-
BCV Maestro Card (adults)
CHF 4.-
BCV Maestro Card (children)

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