Geneva Lake Museum : Plouf une histoire de la baignade dans le lac Léman Musée du Léman

Plouf! A story of baths in the Geneva lake

Apr 6, 2017 - Mar 4, 2019
Nyon - Exhibition

This exhibition tells the rich and varied history of bathing in Lake Geneva.

We talk about architecture, water quality, fashion and hygiene ... We meet athletes, curists, tourists and washerwomen, but also Voltaire, Hergé, Courbet, Louis XVIII, and Brigitte Bardot ... We embark on a great tour of the lake over the centuries, with stopover in Vevey, Lausanne, Geneva, Montreux, without forgetting Thonon and Évian ... les-Bains.


  • Musée du Léman
  • Quai Louis Bonnard 8
  • 1260 Nyon - CH


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