Come to the museum to discover, learn, admire, dream and enjoy yourself!
Surrounded by a large park overlooking the lake, this photography museum exhibits the best image makers in the world, as well as new talent.
The "Le Studio" space promotes encounters between young visitors and the world of photography.
A little +: Café Elise, a café-bookshop offering a warm and welcoming atmosphere for a tasty break.
Sundays at 16.00, guided tour adapted to 6 to 12-year-olds accompanied by an adult.
Fondation de l'Hermitage
The Fondation de l’Hermitage, which is situated in an elegant 19th-century residence surrounded by a splendid park, is dedicated to the fine arts. Major exhibitions attract art lovers from far and wide.
A little +: fun trails are available free of charge at the entrance to the museum, play areas are dotted around the park and a restaurant with a terrace is close by.
Situated opposite the cathedral, the Museum of Contemporary Design and Applied Arts is the "trendy" museum of Lausanne, where Swiss design is displayed in all its glory through bold and innovative exhibitions.
Workshops designed for young visitors or adults are organised to accompany a variety of ongoing exhibitions
An interactive museum and the only one of its kind in the world dedicated to the Olympic Movement, the Olympic Museum is surrounded by a park which incorporates a real athletics track and offers panoramic views over Lake Geneva.
A little +: Family pass, family audio guides comprising a scavenger hunt and a quiz to explore the exhibition in 10 stages. Restaurant with panoramic terrace.
Roman villa in Pully
Come and admire the semi-circular room and the superb frescoes of this palace from the Roman era and discover its attractions for young and old alike.
A little +: interactive tours provided in English and immersion in the craft and science of archaeology thanks to various workshops with ArchéoLab.
Cantonal Museum of Zoology
The Museum of Zoology presents the main vertebrate groups – including the world's biggest white shark – in its permanent exhibition, which has an old-fashioned charm.
A little +: "Aqualogue - Les petites bêtes nous parlent de l'eau" ("Aqualogue - Insects talk to us about the water") exhibition until 26 April 2016.
Espace des inventions
Observe, experiment, marvel!
Interactive exhibitions with a fun approach designed to introduce children and families to the world of science and technology.
A little +: The area is located within the parc de la Vallée de jeunesse, where you can stretch your legs while the kids enjoy the slides, roundabouts, zip-lines and other open-air games.
Running until 30 December 2016, the Medieval Factory exhibition showcases the inventions from the Middle Ages that are still part of our daily life today.
*The majority of museums are closed on Mondays (apart from public holidays).
On the first Saturday of the month admission is generally free for children up to the age of 16.