Tibet Museum Fondation Bordier
Buddhist sculptures, paintings and ritual objects

In April 2009, the Alain Bordier Foundation inaugurated the Tibet Museum right in the heart of medieval Gruyères. Its permanent exhibition encompasses a remarkable collection of buddhist sculptures, paintings and ritual objects. Some of these originate from Tibet’s neighboring regions such as Nepal, Kashmir, North India or Burma. This exhibition of extraordinary beauty can be discovered and contemplated within the walls of a restaured chapel dedicated to Saint Joseph.


Opening hours
Easter to October :
Daily from 11am to 6pm

November to Easter :
Tuesday to Friday from 1pm to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 6 pm
Monday closed

Entrance fee
Adults : CHF 10.-
Seniors, students (with card) : CHF 8.-
Children (6 to 16) : CHF 5.-
Combined ticket (Castle + Tibet Museum) : CHF 17.-
Swiss Museum Pass : Free
Raiffeisen Swiss (card with logo PLUS) : Free
Group (12 persons and more) : special price on request

Rue du Château 4
1663 Gruyères (Suisse)
Tél. +41 26 921 30 10