Transmissions. Picturing the Intangible is a cross border exhibition that was jointly organised with the musée du Temps in Besançon, as one and the same project. It spotlights the views of six photographers chosen for their complementary approach of the Intangible Heritage on the occasion of the inscription of craftsmanship of mechanical watchmaking and art mechanics on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, on December the 16th 2020.

From 14 November 2020 to 7 November 2021




The MIH Gaïa watch


The Musée international d'horlogerie reveals its new creation: the MIH Gaïa watch. The second timepiece of the institution has been entirely designed by the museum's experts and made with the help of various regional craftsmen from different fields. The idea behind it is to support exceptional workmanship with the aim of preserving watchmaking heritage.

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Guided visits, free of charge

The association des amisMIH offers guided visits of the Musée international d'horlogerie on the first Sunday of each month at 10.30 am. The guide’s fees are offered. The admission is free of charge from October to the end of March. (Except for the day of the Watchmaking Fair). As well as the permanent collections, visitors will be invited to discover the different temporary exhibitions.  Next visit...