After just coming back from there I have to say it is such a great place to visit. There are some interesting things to see in the permanent exhibit like the history of the Olympics, the mascots and the different types of medals If you...More
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This is a very special museum to be visited. The garden is marvellous, restaurant/café with the most pretty lake view and the shop incredibly assorted! Now Talking about the exhibition it is really worth! didatic, objects nicely displayed and the interactive area great! I do...More
The entry fee is rather expensive, but we felt the cost was worth it. We found the museum to be very interesting and up-to-date. We enjoyed some of the hands-on activities. Getting there was an easy walk from the Metro/tram service, and the museum grounds...More
Visited the Olympic Museum several times but have yet to watch all the past Olympic documentaries. Jog up the steps and try to beat the high jump record at the entrance if you are really fit. Beautiful view of Lac Léman. Very interesting.
The fountain in front is a refreshing welcome on a hot summer afternoon. The granite steps engraved Olympic famous final torch bearer who lit the cauldron. The displays presented well history of Olympic games. Shoes, clothes, sport equipment used by Olympians are quite impressive as...More
We didn't spend as much time here as I wished. The exhibits are interesting, especially the outfits, equipment, etc. used by Olympians. The gardens are beautiful to walk too. It doesn't cost anything just to wander through the gardens.
Three floors of upbeat exhibits (some interactive) depicting the history of the Olympic games. Exhibits concentrated on the overall theme of sportsmanship, sports, peace and love of sport. Beautifully done film of the opening ceremonies over the years really held my attention for the pageantry...More
good quite a lot to look at. You could spend hours reading all the info or a few just browsing. Expensive entry 18 CF per adult
Very impressed by the facts, statues and scenery of the Olympic Museum at Ouchy. Ouchy is actually part of Lausanne next to the Geneva Lake.