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Espace Jules Verne

Espace Jules Verne

Permanent exhibition about the novelist, with a unique collection of exhibits. An invitation to an extraordinary journey…more

Swiss Fashion Museum

Swiss Fashion Museum

Fashion museum housing 5,000 pieces from the 18th century to the present, including the archives of Yverdon-born designer Robert Piguet.more

Champ-Pittet: Moor Path

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Among a wide wealth of nature trails the marshland- and foresttrail of...more

Yverdon-Champ-Pittet-Yvonand

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Within a very large group of nature studies trails, the "Marsh, Forest...more

Espace Jules Verne

Permanent exhibition about the novelist, with a unique collection of exhibits. An invitation to an extraordinary journey…

Permanent exhibition about the novelist, with a unique collection of exhibits.

Swiss Fashion Museum

Fashion museum housing 5,000 pieces from the 18th century to the present, including the archives of Yverdon-born designer Robert Piguet.

Fashion museum housing 5,000 pieces from the 18th century to the present, including the archives of Yverdon-born designer Robert Piguet.

Champ-Pittet: Moor Path

Among a wide wealth of nature trails the marshland- and foresttrail of the Center of Conservation "Champ-Pittet" is one of the most interesting nature trail in Switzerland.

Among a wide wealth of nature trails the marshland- and foresttrail of the Center of Conservation "Champ-Pittet" near Yverdon-les-Bains on the shore of Lake Neuchâtel is one of the most interesting nature trail in Switzerland.

Yverdon-Champ-Pittet-Yvonand

Within a very large group of nature studies trails, the "Marsh, Forest and Nature Trail of Nature Conservation Center Champ-Pittet" ("Moor-, Wald- und Naturpfad des Naturschutzzentrums Champ-Pittet") really stands out as a pre-eminent example of this kind of nature trail.

The Pro Natura Center Champ-Pittet is surrounded by valuable sedge meadows, reeds and lake-shore forest. You can stroll in a leisurely fashion on the interesting and varied nature-studies hiking trails, where you can obtain information about the local ecosystems. Most trails and bridges are accessible for wheelchairs and baby carriages.