Olympic history is well represented at this museum. You can watch the most important episodes of olympism and learn more about its history.
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This building is in a beautiful location overlooking the lake. As you approach the main building their are statues of Olympic legends. Inside their is a gift shop with some interesting Olympic memorabilia as well as a cafe. If you visit the museum their is...More
Absolutely worth a visit in Lausanne to see all the history of the Olympics and some fantastic visual exhibits across the years. Great way to spend an afternoon exploring all the floors and interactive exhibitions.
After multi stays in Lausanne finally took possibility to visit Olympic museum. Very nice view from the stairs to the lake. We were told that exposition has been renewed recently. A lot of interactive objects, toys-symbols of all the games, all the torches with complete...More
We had some time and after multi visits to Lausanne took an opportunity to visit famous Olympic museum. Excellent situated, nice view from the stairs to the lake. As we were told there is a renewed exposition. Interesting colorful installation of Korean Designer. Quite some...More
Interactive modern museum, full of history and interesting facts. Ideal for children and family. Interactive and full of educational facts. Inspirational at times but a bit on the expensive side. It would be great to include some of the sad Olympic news as well in...More
Right from the start, the museum is in a beautiful setting: from the lakefront (Lake Geneva) you climb stairs through a series of terraces dotted with various exhibits, including the resting place of the Olympic torch between games. The museum itself is thoughtfully organized: one...More
Lots of memorabilia are displayed. The location is on Lake Geneva (Lac Leman) in a beautiful area. There is a nice view from the restaurant on the top floor. There is a large gift shop that didn't have anything of interest to us.
If you are in Lausanne you should not miss this museum. It's expensive, but it's also a particularly well organized and fascinating tour through the modern Olympic movement.