Lausanne is well known for its Olympic headquarters. It's natural to visit the Olympic Museum in Lausanne. You can visit it without tickets if you hold a Swiss pass. In addition to various exhibitions, there are interactive games to participate in. There are also exhibitions such as the Olympic emblem torch and the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in all walks of life. The Olympic Museum is situated on the shore of Lake Geneva. On the platform, you can see the beautiful scenery of lakes and mountains.
Lausanne's Olympic Museum is the seat of the International Olympic Committee. Outside the museum is a large sports park. There are Olympic venues, mascots, torches, medals collection in the exhibition hall. After visiting, people seem to have returned to those fierce Olympic venues. It is very touching.
We visited the Olympic Museum Park on Lake Geneva, the latest attraction in Lausanne, an ancient city built in 1993. Because of the time, we didn't buy tickets to visit the museum to display tens of thousands of collections from the first Athens Olympic Games to the present. The museum is situated on the shore of Lake Geneva with beautiful scenery and excellent environment. We rushed into the free lobby and the restaurant on the fourth floor, overlooking the beautiful lake and mountain scenery of Lausanne from the lush courtyard and balcony, and enjoying the sculpture with sports creativity. The Olympic flame outside the museum gate and various sculptures on the hillside lawn also make us linger and forget to return. Then we visited the office building of the Olympic Committee. Although it is a very simple office, the Olympic Games recorded in history are rich and colorful.
Swiss passes are available for admission. There are galleries and libraries on the ground floor, the main exhibition hall on the first floor for tracing the origin of the ancient Olympic Games, Coubertin's ideals, and exhibitions of the past Winter and Summer Olympics in French and English, and the highlights on the second floor are the equipment of the Olympic athletes in the past hundred years, such as Jordan's shoes, UT's discus, Bubka's poles, Dayang's skates, Li Donghua's Chinese-signed gymnastic clothes, etc. Unfortunately, no photos can be taken.
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Lausanne is the birthplace of the modern Olympic Games. When you come to the "Olympic Capital", you can't miss the Olympic Museum located on Lake Geneva. The Museum has a high visibility and playability, so you can't miss it if you come to Lausanne. The garden has elements of various sports, such as runway, pole vault hurdles, balance beam and so on.
The museum is a white building with simple and clear lines. The entrance is very unique. It is modelled on the ancient temple of Zeus in Olympia. In front of it, there are two rows of eight marble columns. They are from Sassos Island, Greece. They are presented by the Greek government and are said to be the whitest marble in the world. Two of them are engraved with the names of the hosting years and cities of the previous Olympic Games and Winter Olympic Games. One bears the names of successive IOC presidents. Apart from many exhibits, the Olympic Museum has a wall in the hall built of blocks of marble. These marbles have different names. There are libraries and audiovisual rooms in the museum, so that visitors can have a deeper understanding of the Olympic Games, a sacred sports competition. For visitors, through many documentary competitions at the time of the film and multimedia, to reproduce the style of each Olympic Games, athletes'joy and sorrow, success and failure, as well as the applause of numerous audiences, visitors seem to experience the scene, it seems to be exciting and moving. The museum is a white building with simple and clear lines. The front is covered with two layers of white marble, which is pure white and symbolizes peace and "Faupuley" sportsmanship. Marble comes from Thasos Island in the north of the Aegean Sea. Its white represents purity and dove of peace. It is a symbol of the Olympic spirit. The museum is modern style and shows the simplicity and eternal purity together with the ancillary buildings that show the origin and spirit of the Olympics. If you are interested in sports, you have to visit the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, which is the world's largest information centre for Olympic competitions. It organically combines sports, art and Olympic culture through various exhibitions from ancient Greece to the present, such as arts, documents, films and souvenirs.
When you come to Lausanne, you have to visit this museum. It is the birthplace of the modern Olympic Games. It is very famous and located on the Bank of Lake Geneva. Visiting the Olympic Games can help us understand the development of the Olympic Games and learn a lot of knowledge. Our tickets are free to visit.