Schlossweid Village Museum



Experience history and tradition

The village museum, a Stöckli, opened in 1981, is located in Ringgenberg on the "Schlossweid" property. An oven house, where the finest wood-fired breads are baked, and a spycher are also part of the property. The Verein für Dorf & Heimat Ringgenberg-Goldswil takes care of the maintenance of this museum.

The rich collection of the village museum includes historical records, documents and old postcards of Ringgenberg-Goldswil. Every summer, the village museum hosts an interesting exhibition on history, culture or the work of local artists. On the village evenings in August and on request, you can shape your own bread and bake it in the traditional wood-fired oven. In addition, the Ringgenberg-Goldswil Village and Heritage Association organises a sale of this fine wood-fired bread and other delicacies on the first Saturday of every month from April to November.

Your highlights at a glance

  • A summer exhibition with various themes takes place every year from the end of June to the beginning of August
  • An Advent exhibition is held in December
  • Information about the museum is available in German, French, Italian and English
  • Bake your own bread in the wood-fired oven

To note, to make your outing perfect

  • Opening times in July and August
  • Advent exhibition in December
  • Available to groups by appointment
  • Location near the church in Ringgenberg



June – August


  • Suitable for any weather

  • Suitable for the Elderly


Accessibility information can be found on the Ginto platform:


Getting there
Dorfmuseum Schlossweid
Kirchgasse 12
3852 Ringgenberg