Welcome to the Land of Stained Glass
Discover the culturel and historical wealth of Romont and its region.
Located in the heart of Romont, the Vitromusée exhibits the impressive abundance of regional and international glass works dating from the Middle Ages to the present day. The curious can enjoy activities for young and old such as the Vitrobrunch and the Vitromatinées.
Selected in 2015 by Swiss Heritage as one of the most beautiful museums of history and knowledge in Switzerland, the museum reveals the beauty of wallpapers in the Château de Mézières. Thanks to the twelve restored period rooms, visitors can immerse themselves in the world of this museum with its somewhat unusual contents.
Welcome to Rue, the smallest town in Europe! Nestled on a hill, the medieval town overlooks the surrounding area with its beautiful little alleys and its castle. Food lovers will enjoy the delicious food offered in the town’s renowned establishments.
Founded in the 13th century by Peter II of Savoy, the town is full of anecdotes about the inhabitants and visitors who have marked its history. The historical and cultural heritage is highlighted throughout the tour, which takes visitors through the small alleys and ramparts of the town. Dive into the past and present of Romont and discover the hidden paths at first sight!
Yoki and Cingria are just two names among many other artists who have contributed to the glass heritage of Romont and its region. The Sentier du Vitrail (Stained Glass Trail) is a route for hikers to discover the different pieces of art and their beauty!