Fodor's Expert Review Musée Suisse de la Machine à Coudre et Objets Insolites
Examples of almost every sewing machine ever built (more than 250) are on exhibit here. There's also a collection of contraptions created to ease the life of handworkers and housewives before the age of electricity, including useful household firsts such as vacuum cleaners and washing machines. A side room is packed with curiosities from bygone days, such as chestnut-hulling boots. Second-generation owner and half-American Marc Wassmer charms with anecdotes and history—ask the accomplished bass to sing a few bars—he alone is worth the visit.