Planet Swatch

From the very beginning we have been defined by joie de vivre, positive provocation, and our commitment to art and sports.

Location: 2nd floor­

Several thousand of our most intriguing watches – colorful and avant-garde and all with their own stories to tell – are presented in a dynamic environment. From our earliest models to the most recent ones, see how taste evolved, legends were created, icons were born. We look forward to sharing them with you!

Opening hours

Tuesday – Friday: 10:00 – 17:00
Saturday & Sunday: 10:00 – 17:00
Monday: closed


Adults Free
Children under 12 years Free
Adolescents < 18 years of age, Students, AHV, AI Free

Group visits

To ensure the smooth organization of your visit, we kindly ask you to contact us by e-mail at least 72 hours prior to the requested date.

For groups and school classes with more than 10 participants, please contact us.

Requests for group visits are handled by our reservations team.

Please send your request in advance by email to and confirmation will follow subject to availability.

How to get here

To view the directions to the Cité du Temps, simply enter your location and find out how to reach us.

Various bus connections are available from Biel/Bienne train station. From there you can reach us by taking the bus services 2, 3, 4, or 72 and stop at the bus station OMEGA. There are limited blue zone parking spaces available around the museum, requiring a parking disc with a maximum stay of one hour. Further parking spaces (paid) are also available close to the museum in Gurzelen paid parking on Falkenstrasse.

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Omega Museum

Relocated to a stunning new building in 2019, OMEGA Museum tells the compelling story of the Swiss brand through immersive movies, compelling showcases and fun interactive experiences. Those wishing to delve into the details of OMEGA’s past, present and future, will not be disappointed.

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The Cité du Temps was entirely designed by the world-renowned Japanese architect and Pritzker Prize winner Shigeru Ban. The building is nestled between Omega’s historic buildings and the new Swatch Headquarters.

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