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Great St. Bernard Hospice Museum

at Verbier Station 

  • Hospice Museum

    At the Hospice Museum, visitors have the chance to discover around 1,350 archaeological objects and collections of stuffed animals, insects and minerals, predominantly the result of research by several generations of scholarly...
    Hospice Museum

    At the Hospice Museum, visitors have the chance to discover around 1,350 archaeological objects and collections of stuffed animals, insects and minerals, predominantly the result of research by several generations of scholarly monks.

    The church and the treasury

    The first Hospice church dates back to the thirteenth century. In 1686, it was renovated to its current form. Admission to the church is free and you can pray together with the local community.

    Close to the church, a film showing the history of the Great St. Bernard Pass (lasting 15 minutes) is available on request and in four languages (French/Italian/German/English).

    Lastly, don’t forget to visit the Treasury, where the finest sacred objects belonging to the Great St. Bernard congregation are on display.
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