La Maison de la Tête de Moine is a historic annex to Bellelay Abbey and is located at the crossroads of the many routes that have traversed the Jura and the Bernese Jura for centuries.
Take a moment to relax on the terrace and taste a delicious Tête de Moine AOP cheese, discover the ancient craftsmanship dating back over 800 years and lend a hand in the traditional wood-fired manufacturing methods.
Covid-19 information: Guided tours and traditional cheese manufacture are currently not possible. It is mandatory to wear a mask inside the Maison de la Tête de Moine and the museum.
How to find us
It is mandatory for all visitors to wear a face mask.
A small corner for play and drawing has been set aside for children inside the museum and also outside near the terrace.
Persons with reduced mobility
The museum extends over two stories and is fully accessible throughout thanks to an automated stairlift. Appropriately accessible toilets are also available.
For reasons of hygiene, domestic animals are not allowed anywhere in the Maison de la Tête de Moine or in the museum. They are however welcome on the terrace.