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Museums for kids in Morges Region

Museums for kids : The Horse Museum, The Wood Museum, Museum Alexis Forel and the Schloss of Morges.

Aubonne The Wood Museum at Arboretum

The Wood Museum contains a collection of tools that pay tribute to the ingenuosity of wood and forest craftsmen. The museum is situated in the Arboretum in Aubonne....

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La Sarraz The Horse Museum

The barn at La Sarraz Castle houses the Horse Museum, a private collection put together by horse fans for public viewing....

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Musée Alexis -Forel, Morges

Morges Alexis Forel Museum

Founded in 1918, the Alexis Forel Museum is located in a historical building in the centre of Morges. 11 lounges and rooms with a total area of over 700 square metres accommodate both permanent and temporary exhibitions....

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Morges Morges Castle and its 4 museums

Built by Louis of Savoy in 1286 to oppose the Bishop of Lausanne, Morges Castle was a fortress and a residence of the counts and dukes of Savoy and, later, of the Bernese bailiffs. Morges Castle accommodates the following four museums today : The cantonal Military Museum, The Swiss Museum of Historic Figurines, The Museum of Artillery and The Museum of the Lake Geneva Region police....

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Fondues Festival

Fancy a fondue in a friendly atmosphere? Welcome on board! Every Friday evenings...

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Balade oenotouristique Morges Région

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Discover the vineyards of Morges region through a smartphone a...

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A stroll along the vineyards of Morges

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«Fête du raisin»

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