Quais chaise roulante Morges


Fauteuil roulant tout-terrain, Arboretum
Quais chaise roulante Morges
The region of Morges is positioning itself with Slow Tourism for all. We wish to offer transparent information so that all populations can envisage their stay with us as serenely as possible: people with disabilities but also families with pushchairs, seniors and those with special needs.

Various accessible (or partially accessible) places are presented here. The list is not exhaustive and is regularly extended, as audits are carried out with Pro Infirmis. By clicking on each place, the accessibility details (with pictograms) are explained thanks to the Pro Infirmis link on each page. The suggestions below are made according to the accessible / semi-accessible places identified thus far.

The development of accessible tourism in the region of Morges is supported by the canton of Vaud / LADE. 

NEW: the Little Tourist Train of Morges has a new access ramp for wheelchairs!


Whether you have half a day or several days in our destination, there are many accessible and partially accessible places.
Whether you are a nature, culture or wine lover, you are sure to find what you are looking for in the Morges region! 


"It's great that someone is involved in collecting information for accessibility so that you don't have to do it all yourself. It's very helpful to know things easily and quickly from one source, e.g. what's the parking situation, is there a barrier-free entrance and where is a disabled toilet."
- Ruth H., 19 July 2021


  • Arboretum du Vallon de l'Aubonne: a botanical park of about 200 hectares with between 3000 and 4000 species of trees from all over the world. Numerous paths allow you to visit the estate. An all-terrain wheelchair from the Cérébral Foundation is available for hire for half a day / a day.
  • Arboretum Wood Museum: the woodworking trades and their tools are revealed in a collection presented in the heart of the Arboretum.
  • Signal de Bougy, Bougy-Villars: a leasure park for the whole family with a restaurant and outdoor activities for all: a garden with sculptures to discover, mini-golf or an animal park. 
  • Maison de la rivière,Tolochenaz: This museum will teach you all about the fauna and flora that inhabit the river, the banks of the lake and the surrounding forest.
  • Parc de l'Indépendanceand Morges quays : discover the flower shows of Morges
    • April-May: the tulips in the Parc de l'Indépendance
    • August-October: the dahlias on the quays
  • Gardens of the Château de Vullierens:a range of different gardens surround the Château de Vullierens (private). The iris fields in May, the English garden and the mysterious forest will enchant young and old visitors alike.

Culture & Heritage


"art de vivre"

  • Montricher cheese factory: Discover how Gruyère AOP is made and enjoy a tasting after the visit. A shop is located on the ground floor and sells many products from the region.
  • Confectionery Chez Hohl, L'Isle: the brunch is famous! Please note that reservations must be made several months in advance.
  • Auberge Aux 2 Sapins, Montricher: Enjoy a meal based on local products and spend the night in an adapted room in the heart of the charming village of Montricher.
  • Fondation Jan Michalski: "Food for the soul" is what you can find at the Michalski Foundation through its temporary exhibitions and its heritage of literary works.




Visit our winegrowers and taste the typical grape varieties of the Morges region !

The restaurants


Accessible accommodation




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What if our personalised recommendations don’t suit you?

you can choose to base the recommendations displayed on your own requirements and interests. Whether you’re looking for a solo adventure, family activities or a gourmet trip with your spouse, the suggestions made will be based on your own preferences.

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