Accessibility | Morges Région Tourisme

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Chaise roulante quais Morges Galère


Welcome to Switzerland's first Slow Tourism destination!

Slow means taking time... Time to adapt to each visitor, according to their specific needs.

Morges has positioned itself as a destination accessible to all.
Thanks to the Pro Infirmis pictograms, this page informs visitors about the accessibility of the site.

It's great that someone is collecting information for accessibility, so that you don't have to do everything yourself. It's very useful to learn things simply and quickly, for example how the parking situation is, is there an accessible entrance and where the disabled toilets are.

– Ruth H., tester of the accessible offer
The development of accessible tourism in the Morges region is supported by the canton of Vaud / LADE (Economic Development Support Law).

The content of this page covers accessible or partially accessible offers in the region. The list is not exhaustive.
Hôtel La Longeraie
© La Longeraie


In the Morges district, some hotels have special facilities or accessible rooms for visitors with reduced mobility.

Find out which ones by clicking on the button.
Restaurant La Veranda


Exposition Jan Michalski
© Leo Fabrizio


Domaine de la Ville de Morges

Wine tourism

Parc de l'indépendance


Maison Galatà


Arboretum - Fauteuil roulant JST Multidrive
©Laryssa Grosjean - Netzwerk Schweizer Paerke


Two offers were designed and tested in collaboration with the Claire & George Foundation, based in Bern.

The aim of these offers is to encourage visitors with reduced mobility to extend their stay in the region, while at the same time having concrete suggestions for visits.
  • Cultural offer
Enjoy one or two days in the heart of Morges and discover cultural treasures.
- The House of Press Cartooning
- The Bolle museum
- A ride on the Little Tourist Train
- A night at the Maison d'Igor hotel, in Igor Strawinsky's footsteps
- A walk in the footsteps of Audrey Hepburn and Ignace Paderewski, in Tolochenaz
  • Nature Offer
- The Arboretum of the Aubonne valley, where it is possible to rent the JST MultiDrive all-terrain wheelchair from the Cérébral Foundation and to visit the Wood Museum
- The Independence Park in Morges, which hosts the Tulip Festival every spring
- The Gardens of the Château de Vullierens, open from April to October with impressive collections of flowers and sculptures
- The Quays of Morges, which host the Dahlia Festival every summer
- The Pré-Vert leisure park at Signal de Bougy, a park for the whole family where you can see animals and have fun thanks to the treetop adventure course and the Little Train
 - The Maison de la Rivière, in Tolochenaz: a museum where you can learn all about the fauna and flora of forests, lakes and rivers.
  • Art de Vivre offer
- The gourmet cheese factory in Montricher, where you can discover the secrets of Gruyère AOP cheese production and even taste it
- The Yves Hohl confectionery in L'Isle, renowned for its delicious brunch
- The Jan Michalski Foundation, an oasis of culture at the foot of the Jura mountains, also the ideal place to enjoy a coffee with a stunning view of the Alps
In cooperation with the Slowlution association, a number of thematic offers were designed especially for visitors with reduced mobility.