CONTACT

 

We answer your calls Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 12:30 and from 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm.

 

T: +41 21 621 65 11


events.museum@olympic.org

 

PRATICAL INFORMATION

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  • Milo Keller

Touristic partners

Discover the new Olympic Museum!

The discovery begins with the Olympic Park, a unique spectacle, combining nature, art and sport. The path up to the Museum by way of the grand staircase is punctuated by sculptures from such major contemporary artists as Niki de Saint Phalle and Antoni Tapies.
After taking their first steps inside the park, the visitors discover, engraved on each of the steps, the names of each Olympic torch bearer who lit the Olympic flame, from the 1936 Games.

Inside, an innovative museum layout covering more than 3,000 m2 takes the visitors on a multidimensional journey across the Olympic universe. With over 1,000 objects and 150 screens, the experience awaiting your clients is totally immersive, highly detailed and incredibly vibrant.

For further information on the exhibitions and events at the Museum 

A café with breathtaking views

The TOM café is on the top floor of the Olympic Museum. Its contemporary, colourful décor has a distinctly sporty theme. The café has one of the most sought-after terraces in the whole of Lausanne, offering spectacular views over Lake Geneva and the Alps. Visitors can relax in the café after looking round the museum or alternatively head straight there from the north entrance.

The TOM Café is the perfect place to welcome your groups and offers a varied culinary journey, with its menus inspired by the cuisine of cities which have hosted the Games.

Capacity : 80 people (TOM Café) and 170 people (Club Coubertin) 

A unique gift shop

The gift shop, located in the lobby area, is a great place to start – or end – the Olympic Museum experience. It offers an exclusive, constantly changing range of quirky and original products.

Special rates

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Acquisitions

Acquisitions

Click here to find out about the Olympic Museum’s acquisitions and donations policy.

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Collections

Collections

Find out about the museum’s various public and private collections.

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