Alimentarium Food Museum, Vevey

Alimentarium Food Museum, Vevey - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Quai Perdonnet 25, 1800 Vevey, Switzerland

Phone: +41-219244111

Ticket Price: 12 CHF

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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About Alimentarium Food Museum, Vevey

The first food museum in the world opened up in 1985. The museum is dedicated to the city and food by none other than Nestle which has its headquarters in Vevey. There is a host of activities to do in this museum apart from of course enjoying all that the town has to offer. There is something or the other available to keep everyone amused- adults, children alike. There are “cookers” workshops for children and adults separately and then there is one workshop which allows a child and an adult to do an activity together. 

Alimentarium Food Museum Information

  • Do not send kids unaccompanied.
  • Keep a little space in your stomach to try out foods offered here.

Alimentarium Food Museum Ticket Prices

  • Adults: CHF 12
  • Students, apprentices, seniors: CHF 8
  • Unaccompanied Children under 16: CHF 2
  • Accompanied Children under 16: Free
  • Groups of 10 or more people: CHF 8
  • Schools and groups of children participating in an activity: Free
  • Schools and groups of children visiting the museum on their own: CHF 2 

How To reach Alimentarium Food Museum by Public Transport

  • On foot or take free bike from the station.

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  • Beautiful museum with amazing views of the lake outside. The exhibition itself is good - very family/child friendly so expect a lot of kids around. The exhibition relies heavily on screens - you'll do a lot of reading and watching on screens set up around the museum. The experience itself is interactive and fun and informative. A highlight is the 'tasting' session on the second floor with a very interesting talk given by a guide - you learn about the different types of sugar and get to try a bit of each.

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  • Fascinating museum, but the best part is the cafeteria. Haute cuisine in a museum snack bar.

  • Quite modern, heavy use of multimedia but not so many new facts. In general worth a quick visit.

  • It is verry nice place i will come back at the summer

  • This place is mainly focused on food, food culinary and food sciences. They offer a variety of courses about it. You can al enjoy a good meal there at noon!

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