Welcome to Barryland - Musée et Chiens du Saint-Bernard

The lively museum located in a former armoury next to the Roman amphitheatre is a meeting place that brings together people and the Saint Bernards from the Great Saint Bernard pass.


Our famous hospice dogs represent the main attraction. The ground floor consists of the kennels, boxes and an area for looking after the dogs. The boxes lead out to the outdoor enclosure where the Saint Bernards can romp around freely while visitors look on. Dog enthusiasts of all ages can stroke the Saint Bernards and watch as they frolic around in the park grounds. Our exceptional Saint Bernards can be found at the museum every day.


On the first floor, embark on a tour of the history of the Great Saint Bernard pass.


Since November 2016, the "Barry Family Visitor Experience" offers fun and games for all ages. The 500 m2 interactive Barry Family children’s exhibition may be found on the top floor and features adventures, games and activities for discovers big and small.

It is not just an educational exhibition for children, families and school classes. Rather, it is a space to experience emotional moments on the subject of the Saint Bernard dogs. Our young visitors can also discover the origin region of Barry with its sights. They can play, draw and learn in the amphitheater face to face, how dogs behave and learn more about the race, behavior and training of our four-legged friends.
An unforgettable experience for the whole family.


To round off their trip to the museum, visitors can enjoy refreshments or recharge their batteries at the "Le Collier d'Or" restaurant.



The "Musée et Chiens du Saint Bernard" Saint Bernard museum was founded in 2006 by the Bernard and Caroline de Watteville Foundation. It has been managed by the Barry Foundation since the middle of 2014.



Opening hours

The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. (except on  24 and 25.12, closed throughout the day).
Last exit of a dog to pet at 16.30 p.m.


Admission prices


Adults: CHF 12.-

Senior citizens (from 60 years old): CHF 10.-

Children over the age of 8 / students (up to the age of 24): CHF 7.-

Families (parents + children/over the age of 8): CHF 25.-

Groups of 10 or more people :

  • Adults:  CHF 11.-
  • Senior citizens:  CHF 9.-
  • Children / Students:  CHF 6.-

Audio guides (German, French or English): CHF 3.-


The Swiss museum pass is valid.

Partner of the Pierre Gianadda Foundation

Visitors to the Barryland - Musée et chiens du Saint-Bernard are entitled to a 30% reduction on the admission price at the Pierre Gianadda Foundation on presentation of their entrance ticket.
The reverse is also true: anybody with a Gianadda Foundation entrance ticket can enjoy a 30% discount when visiting the Barryland - Musée et chiens du Saint-Bernard.


Partnership with Touring Club Switzerland (TCS)

On presentation of your TCS card at the museum reception desk, you will benefit from a 10% reduction on the admission price.




Fondation Barry
Barryland - Musée et chiens du Saint-Bernard
Rue du Levant 34
1920 Martigny (Suisse)
Tel.: +41 (0)27 720 49 20
Fax: +41 (0)27 720 49 22


How to find us

By car

  • Take the Martigny-Expo motorway exit. Free parking spaces are available. Wheelchair access.


By public transport

  • Bus connection from the SBB main station (Fondation Pierre Gianadda bus stop)
  • Martigny-Orsières train (Martigny-Bourg station)



Barryland - Musée et Chiens du Saint-Bernard
Strolling in the parc