Peaceful Exploration of Vevey for Families
During a relaxing two hours long tour discover and explore some of the most unique gems of Vevey. Together with your family witness the unique eight-meter-high statue and find out what backstory it holds. Stroll the world’s first museum entirely dedicated to food and nutrition and if you want, participate in a unique cooking workshop. Become familiar with the authentic architecture and religious heritage of Vevey and learn about the diverse history showcased in the Jewish museum. End the tour by admiring the fascinating Mosque de Vevey, an architectural masterpiece that holds a special place in Vevey’s history.
- Professional local tour guide
- Alimentarium - 13CHF for adults
- Musée Jenisch - Adults 18+: CHF 12.-
Route & Duration
The Fork - Alimentarium
This eight-metre statue is an emblem for the town of Vevey. The Guiness Book of World Records has listed it as the world's largest fork.
The Alimentarium is the first museum in the world to be entirely devoted to food and nutrition. It was founded by Nestlé and it features a delightful selection of exhibitions, cooking workshops, among other awesome things.
The Aile Castle is considered a Swiss heritage site of national significance. It was built in the 1840s and it was partly inspired by English architecture.
The Jewish museum in Vevey is located in the main part of the town. IT is a lovely old building that showcases examples of every technique of print by many of the most famous artists of the past 500 years.
Mosquée de Vevey
Mosques are places of prayers for Muslims. You will enjoy and admire this beautiful place and its amazing infrastructure.
Both museums are closed on Mondays.
At The Fork - Alimentarium
(Quai Perdonnet, 1800 Vevey, Switzerland)
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.