Experience our heritage, craftsmanship and connection to the world in the Musée Atelier Audemars Piguet which pays tribute to the craftspeople who have made what Audemars Piguet is today, generation after generation.
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For well over a century, Audemars Piguet’s artisans have been experimenting with creative form and design language. Discover some of the Musée Atelier’s pioneering designs.
The Musée Atelier houses some 300 watches, including feats of complication, miniaturisation and pioneering design, spanning 200 years of watchmaking history in the Vallée de Joux
The Musée Atelier, which unites contemporary architecture, traditional savoir-faire and pioneering scenography, expresses the uncompromising blend of tradition and forward thinking at the heart of the Manufacture’s craftsmanship.
Highly specialised watchmakers, finishing experts, jewellers, gem-setters and engravers perpetuate the Manufacture’s ancestral savoir-faire in three workshops located in the Musée Atelier.
The Musée Atelier is located in Le Brassus, a modest village of the Vallée de Joux in the Swiss Jura. It is in this region that beats to the tune of complicated watch mechanisms that everything started for Audemars Piguet in 1875.
Experience Musée Atelier in 90 minutes with a small guided group and learn the precise operations of fine watchmaking in one of our Masterclasses.