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Getting to the museum

Laténium
Parc et musée d’archéologie
Espace Paul Vouga
2068 Hauterive

The Laténium is located in Hauterive, on the shores of Lake Neuchâtel (3 km from Neuchâtel town centre).

By public transport

By train

Railway station CFF Neuchâtel then funicular (Fun’ambule) to the university and bus line 101in the direction Marin, “Laténium” bus stop

Regional railway station BLS St-Blaise-Lac followed by a 20 min-walk to the Laténium using the path along the lake shore.

By bus

Line 101, “Laténium” bus stop

Ondes vertes

By ship

From spring to autumn the trip from Neuchâtel to Hauterive is free of charge. For the return trip passengers have to show their entry ticket to the museum.

Société de navigation Neuchâtel et Morat

By car

Parking at the port at Hauterive (fee charged).

From 1st April to 31st October CHF 1.- / 8.00-18.00.
From 1st November to 31st March CHF 0.50 / 8.00-18.00.

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Soft mobility

Path along the lake from Neuchâtel or St-Blaise

A “Neuchâtelroule” station is available at the port at Hauterive (at the eastern entrance of the archaeological park).

www.neuchatelroule.ch

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Accessibility

The Latenium is accessible to people with reduced mobility and wheelchair users. Ramps in the museum facilitate access to the spaces. An elevator adapted for wheelchairs provides access to the museum floors. A wheelchair is available at the reception desk. On the ground floor there is a wheelchair-accessible toilet.

Some areas of the park are not accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Parking for people with reduced mobility

Several parking spaces are reserved for people with reduced mobility in the car park of the port of Hauterive. A space is available at the service entrance of the museum (north of the building).

"Des choses"

L’exposition “Des choses” présentera au public des objets archéologiques déroutants, voire dérangeants, dont la singularité les confine souvent au registre de l’anecdotique ou du « divers » : un petit lot de sable blanc rapporté d’un long voyage et retrouvé dans un habitat de l’âge du Bronze sur le Plateau suisse, une baguette d’if malhabilement taillée par un enfant pour jouer à l’arc il y a 5000 ans, une collection d’oursins fossiles réunie voici 3000 ans dont on s’est inspiré des formes pour décorer des fusaïoles en terre cuite à l’âge du Bronze, …

Time : From 10h00 to 17h00