The museum is located on the lakeside of Geneva, free to visit with Swiss access, outside is a garden, many Olympic sculptures, inside is Olympic history knowledge, every Olympic, is quite interesting
Lausanne, where the museum is located, is on the north side of Lake Geneva. The pillars at the entrance are filled with information about each Olympic Games. The museum mainly displays information and archives of Olympic cultural relics. Those who like the Olympics should not miss it!
The Olympic Museum is required to purchase tickets. It faces Lake Geneva, and there is a garden in front of it with a lot of athletic statues. It was cloudy when I went there. I first looked down at Lake Geneva and then went up to the museum. The tour guide didn't introduce anything. I personally discovered in detail that the venue and sponsor of each Olympic Games are engraved on the steps. For example, in 2008, it was Beijing, Li Ning.
Lausanne is the father of the modern Olympic baron Coubertin (Coubertin) designated by the international Olympic committee (IOC) base city, to inherit Coubertin will the Olympic spirit will spread to all over the world, and designated by the former IOC President Juan Antonio samaranch in lausanne in 1993 set up the only Olympic museum in the world. Lausanne Olympic museum and shows since the first session of Athens Olympic Games that gave rise to the tens of thousands of pieces of data center is the world''s largest the Olympic movement. Museum is located in graceful scenery of lake Geneva, excellent environment, from a lush garden or restaurant lausanne, balcony overlooking the beautiful lakes and mountains.
Interesting place, the highest sporting artwork of man. Nice museum.
Nice museum with free access to Switzerland
You can exchange tickets for entry with the Swiss Pass. There is a gallery and a library on the first floor; the main exhibition hall on the first floor is for the traceability of the ancient Olympics, Coubertin’s ideals, and the display of items from the previous Winter and Summer Olympics, accompanied by French and English explanations; the highlight on the second floor is the equipment of the Olympic athletes for a century , Such as Jordan’s sneakers, Utt’s discus, Bubka’s pole, Dayang Yang’s ice skates, and Li Donghua’s Chinese-signed gym suit. Unfortunately, I can't take pictures.
Preston_Dominguez: quai d' Ouchy 1, Lausanne 1006, Switzerland
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Olympic Museum Lausanne (Musee Olympique),Cathedrale de Lausanne,Le Port dOuchy,Olympic Park,Church of St. Francis