The Maison Lavaux exhibition: a historical, human and cultural immersion right in the heart of the “Lavaux, vineyard and terraces” site. Be inspired and surprised by multiple facets of the unique Swiss cultural landscape, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Open to all ages, from youngsters to older folk!
At Maison Lavaux you can discover the region that since 2007 has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is a singular yet multi-faceted place, which allows you to immerse yourself in the life of Lavaux thanks to an exhibition split into several themes in three separate rooms.
The first of these deals with the physical landscape that was created by nature but that the winegrowers have worked on and developed for more than a thousand years. The second showcases the population of Lavaux thanks to a large mural representing the workers who bring this exceptional landscape to life. The last one gives an overview of artists particularly associated with this unique landscape.
You will be inspired and surprised by this exhibition, at the heart of the historic property Buttin-de- Loës in the charming village of Grandvaux.
To make the most of your visit, make sure to bring your smartphone and headphones so you can have access to the audioguide available in three languages (FR/GER/ENG). An exhibition handbook and a children’s playbook are available also.
By train from Lausanne: S4 or S6 for Grandvaux then walk down (15 mins)
By train from Vevey: S2 or S5 for Cully then walk up (20 mins)
By car: Bougon car park on the Grand’Rue (5 mins)
At least 3 days before the date of the visit.
Maximun 16 people per guide