The Geneva lake shores have many touristic attractions on both sides of the border. CGN and its partners invite you to discover those places. Combine your cruise with admission ticket and benefit from a special fare !
Buy your package (cruise + admission) at our ticket desks
or directly on board our boats.
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In Veytaux, near Montreux, Chillon Castle has stood proudly on its rocky island since the 12th century, appearing to float on the surface of Lake Geneva. Home to regular exhibitions and cultural events, it’s the most visited historical monument in Switzerland.
Discount only on visits with an audioguide.
Aquatis is a unique concept in Switzerland and in Europe. It stages live animals with a totally immersive and interactive scenography using innovative digital technologies. It is positioned as Europe's largest freshwater Aquarium-Vivarium. More than an aquarium or a vivarium, AQUATIS is a discovery of the most fascinating freshwater environments on our planet. Aquatis is both a recreation area, an environmental education centre and a platform for exchanges.
Inspired by the humanist values and avant-garde genius that made him an international icon, Chaplin’s World reveals the private life of the man and of the artist. At the Manoir de Ban visitors will be the guests of the man who was in his time host to all the world’s celebrities. Thanks to Grévin’s indisputable know-how, visitors will witness the intimate family life of the last twenty-five years of Chaplin’s existence in Switzerland.
Swiss Vapeur Parc
In the heart of the Chablais, the Swiss Vapeur Parc hosts one of the most prestigious miniature railways park in all Europe. This almost full-scale model of railways in constant evolution is displayed on 19’000m² of green landscape shaped by a small group of enthusiasts. Get on one of the many steam or electrical trains and discover after one, two, three…rides miniature replicas of buildings and civil engineering structures along the tracks.
The Olympic Museum
The Olympic Museum presents the cornerstones of olympism – sport, art and education – through its ultra-modern, interactive facilities. On three floors, the exhibition presents the origin of the games, the competitions and the athletic spirit through over 150 screens and 1,500 objects: The Olympic torches and medals of all The Olympic games.
Geneva Lake museum
On the shores of Lake Geneva, Nyon is a city of culture, whose history is closely linked to its lake. In recognition of this, Nyon is home to the Lake Geneva Museum. Its comprehensive collections cover every aspect of the nature, culture and science of this lake, the biggest in Western Europe.
Red Cross Museum
Emotion, discovery, reflection: the permanent exhibition of the Museum offers a unique experience of the initiation of humanitarian efforts. The new scenography with the title "The humanitarian adventure" is divided into three separate areas, each developed by well-known exhibition architects.