This educational park allows visitors to discover the botanical and geographical evolution of the region over a period of 350 million years. The walk ends in front of the guardian of the park: Sapy the mammoth.
The Jardin du Temps is an open access public park in the centre of the village of Le Brassus. Created and financed by the Audemars Piguet Foundation, this educational journey can be completed in a few minutes or a few hours. As you walk across the central walkway representing the timeline, visitors discover the chronological evolution of the scenery of the region over a period of 350 million years. The interpretive signs with their QR codes provide numerous answers to visitors in several languages. The walk ends in front of the shelter of a mould of a mammoth found just a few kilometres from the park.
- Le Jardin du Temps
- Rue de la Gare
- 1348 Le Brassus - CH
Picnic tables on site