Patek Philippe Museum

Patek Philippe Museum

Over three floors there are over 2,000 objects exhibitited, dating from 1839 to 1980. The owner and president of the company, Philippe Stern, owns 1,000 of them. more

Rosengart Collection

Rosengart Collection

The Rosengart Collection is the most recent museum in Lucerne. It owes its importance to two unique groups of works by Paul Klee and Pablo Picasso.more

Olympic Museum

Olympic Museum

To experience the Olympics at close quarters and feel the Olympic spirit...more

Alimentarium - Museum of Nutrition

Alimentarium -...

In 1839 a German pharmacist moved to Vevey in the French part of...more

Patek Philippe Museum

Over three floors there are over 2,000 objects exhibitited, dating from 1839 to 1980. The owner and president of the company, Philippe Stern, owns 1,000 of them.

Housed in a building erected in the early twentieth century, the Patek Philippe Museum introduces visitors to 500 years of watchmaking history.

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Rosengart Collection

The Rosengart Collection is the most recent museum in Lucerne. It owes its importance to two unique groups of works by Paul Klee and Pablo Picasso.

The Rosengart Collection is the most recent museum in Lucerne. It owes its importance to two unique groups of works by Paul Klee and Pablo Picasso.

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Olympic Museum

To experience the Olympics at close quarters and feel the Olympic spirit the way the athletes felt it, to study the history of the Games from antiquity to today - thanks to the latest computer technology and audiovisual media, all of this can be accomplished in the Olympic Museum in Lausanne.

To experience the Olympics at close quarters and feel the Olympic spirit the way the athletes felt it, to study the history of the Games from antiquity to today - thanks to the latest computer technology and audiovisual media, all of this can be accomplished in the Olympic Museum in Lausanne.

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Alimentarium - Museum of Nutrition

In 1839 a German pharmacist moved to Vevey in the French part of Switzerland and changed his name from Heinrich Nestle to Henri Nestlé. His company, which is known the world over today, founded the Alimentarium, a museum of nutrition.

In 1839 a German pharmacist moved to Vevey in the French part of Switzerland and changed his name from Heinrich Nestle to Henri Nestlé. His company, which is known the world over today, founded the Alimentarium, a museum of nutrition.

Alimentarium - Museum of Nutrition
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