Unique experiences to learn about the past, present and future of watchmaking at Jaeger-LeCoultre, suitable to newcomers and connoisseurs alike
Named after the Maison's founder, Antoine LeCoultre, "Atelier d'Antoine" stages a variety of educational programmes that combine academic instruction and practical activities, guided by experts from within the Manufacture.
It currently offers two different types of themed programmes: "Discovery Workshops" and "Manufacture Visits".
Discovery Workshops provide an opportunity to explore the world of Swiss fine watchmaking in a new way. Limited to a maximum of eight participants, these workshops are hosted by an instructor and a technical expert. Over the course of three hours, participants discover the myriad technical and creative skills required to produce fine watches, the many different stages involved in their fabrication, and the artistic crafts employed in haute horlogerie.
The Manufacture Visits are structured so that each focuses on a different area of Jaeger-LeCoultre's expertise and heritage: The History of the Maison and the Stages of Watchmaking; Innovations and Inventions; Creativity and Artistic Crafts.
Duration of the Discovery Workshops: 3 hours
Duration of the Manufacture Visits: from two-and-a-half to four hours, according to the theme being explored