Mont Pèlerin, 1801 Chardonne, Switzerland
About Mont Pèlerin
Mont Pelerin or Mont Pèlerin is a 1080 meter high mountain and is part of the Swiss Prealps.
Attractions near Mont Pèlerin
Villa "Le Lac" Le Corbusier is a residential building on Lake Geneva in Corseaux, Switzerland designed by Swiss architect Le Corbusier.
The Lavaux Vinorama is a tasting center that offers a selection of over 250 wines made from the finest grape varieties. It’s the perfect place to stop and learn more about the riches of this wine-growing region.
Musée Jenisch the second-largest art museum in the Canton of Vaud. The neo-classical style building is home to the Cantonal Prints Collection and the Oskar Kokoshka Foundation.
Alimentarium is the first museum in the world devoted exclusively to nutrition. It offers an insight into the history and future of the human diet through interactive exhibitions, hands-on workshops, tastings, and cooking demonstrations.
Fork of Vevey is an 8-meter-tall, stainless steel fork on the shore of Lake Geneva in Vevey, Switzerland. Fork of Vevey is a part of the Alimentarium, a Vevey-based museum with a permanent exhibition on food and Nestlé's history.
Swiss Museum of Games is dedicated to the preservation, research, and dissemination of various forms of parlor games. The permanent exhibition offers a panorama of the wide world of more than 10000 games from antiquity to the present.
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