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.

*****Exhibition on the toponymy of the Ormonts " T'es où ?! "*****
From 09 June to 30 October - Wednesday to Sunday - 1.30 to 5.30 pm
Come and discover through stories, tales and legends, maps, illustrations, photos, games and other didactic means the origin of place names in the Ormonts valley.

Practical information

Groups visit upon request all year round.

Entrance to the Ormont Museum is included with the Free Access Card.
Exhibition "T'es où? on the names of places in Ormonts.
The museum is open :
- from July 9 to October 30 from Wednesday to Sunday from 1:30 to 5:30 pm
For groups, registration is required at the museum.


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

Tel : +41 (0)24 492 17 71

Opening hours

From Jun 9, 2022 to Oct 30, 2022
Wednesday - Sunday
13:30 - 17:30


Free Access Card

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