Museum Agensteinhaus | Lenk-Simmental
The fun activities such as Trottibike and Mountain Carts will not take place due to weather conditions on the 26 and 27 September 2020.

Museum Agensteinhaus

A diverse valley museum

Talmuseum Agensteinhaus

The Agensteinhaus is a pinnacle of the art of carpentry and impresses with its original architectural style. The interesting exhibitions give visitors an insight into the life of a family who lived at the time.

The house was constructed in 1766 by Hans Messerli, the most significant master carpenter in Simmental in the 18th century. Today, its condition is largely the same as it was in the 18th century. The powerfully designed building facade, which is adorned with carvings, is one of the most important examples of highly developed carpentry of the 18th century.

The Agensteinhaus has been home to the «Museum der alten Landschaft Niedersimmental» (Museum of the old landscape of Niedersimmental) since 1987 and presents visitors with interesting information on history, livestock farming and craft throughout its 16 rooms. Various exhibitions and events are also held every year.


The Agensteinhaus is open again from 1st July.

Opening times
From 1 July to 29 August, Wednesday and Saturday, 2.00–5.00 p.m.

Additional opening times on request.

CHF 5.– for adults, children and members free of charge.

Tours and rental
B. Wüthrich, Tel. +41 79 885 00 39

The Agensteinhaus is part of the «Simmentaler Hausweg» home trail, which goes from Wimmis to Boltigen.


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Museum Agensteinhaus

CH-3762 Erlenbach im Simmental
Tel. +41 33 681 17 85

Museum Agensteinhaus

CH-3762 Erlenbach im Simmental
Tel. +41 33 681 17 85