School Visits & Children

We would like to inform you that due to Covid-19, the Olympic Museum is currently closed. We will not welcome school groups and young public until Friday 1st May 2020, subject to the evolution of the situation.

An à la carte package allows you to take a tour of the temporary and permanent exhibitions independently with your pupils, then take part in interactive and fun workshops in the presence of our coaches.

Devise your own tour!

Exhibitions tour

  • Interactive tour with tablets for children

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Themed workshops

Temporary programme

  • Design your Games – from 16.04.2018 to 9.04.2020
    After learning about the historical Olympic posters, the pupils receive a set of imaginary specifications. Using the graphic elements, they create a poster on a tablet and convey their vision of the YOG Lausanne 2020. 

  • Discussions & Challenges – from 30.04.2019 to 9.04.2020
    invite your pupils to think about respect, friendship, fair play and team spirit. The coach will lead a discussion between your pupils, encouraging them to think about values that are universal, in sport and in everyday life.

  • Lausanne-Tokyo AR – from 28.04 to 30.10.2020
    The pupils will learn about the history and culture of Japan, and will be invited to express their creativity by producing an “augmented collage” on tablets using a library of images inspired by Japanese culture.

Permanent programme

  • Destination Olympia
    The children learn about the origins of the Olympic Games. They compare sports equipment from the past with the present and imitate the sports disciplines practised in Antiquity.

  • All Different, All Winners
    The participants explore various key notions of civics education, following a route featuring games, questions and group activities. The participants have their own notebooks and explore these notions independently.

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Do you want to get involved?

To keep in touch with the constraints of the school world and the challenges and trends in education, The Museum is creating a pool of reference teachers. They are required to attend two annual meetings and to respond to periodic electronic consultations. In exchange, The Museum offers exclusive advantages to you and your class.

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