Situated in an exceptionally well-preserved house built in 1526, the regional museum Chüechlihus in Langnau is a must-see for anyone who heads to the Swiss valley of Emmental. As one of Switzerland’s largest existing museums with local history collections, the house offers unique exhibitions about past everyday life, the local trade history, regional personalities, and the crafts of the Emmental region. “We own one of the biggest and most significant collections of Langnau’s ceramics of the 18th and 19th century,” says Madeleine Ryser, Museum director. “Throughout Switzerland, there are no other farmer’s ceramics of the same high quality crafted at this time.” In over 25 rooms, visitors can explore further exhibits on more than 20 Topics.