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Museum

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Café du Château

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  • Ascension 09.05.2024 openinghours.openfromto.long

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  • Whit Monday 20.05.2024 openinghours.openfromto.long

  • Swiss National Day 01.08.2024 openinghours.openfromto.long

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Opening times

Museum

  • openinghours.days.long.monday closed

  • openinghours.days.long.tuesday Open till openinghours.days.long.sunday openinghours.openfromto.long

Café du Château

  • openinghours.days.long.monday closed

  • openinghours.days.long.tuesday Open till openinghours.days.long.sunday openinghours.openfromto.long

Special opening times

  • Labour Day 01.05.2024 openinghours.openfromto.long

  • Ascension 09.05.2024 openinghours.openfromto.long

  • Pentecost 19.05.2024 openinghours.openfromto.long

  • Whit Monday 20.05.2024 openinghours.openfromto.long

  • Swiss National Day 01.08.2024 openinghours.openfromto.long

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Public guided tour

Bilingual Guided Tour (ENG/FR) - In the Kitchen Garden

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Join our garden specialist, Hester Macdonald, on a tour of the gardens in English and French. Discover monthly highlights, seasonal tasks, and enjoy some of the bountiful produce from the Potager.

Included in the entry price

Château de Prangins

Wheelchair accessible

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CHF 13

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The exhibition

Permanent open air exhibition, the kitchen garden of the Château de Prangins is the largest historical kitchen garden in Switzerland. With its selection of unusual vegetables, fruits and flowers from another time, it is home to more than 200 ancient regional varieties and focuses, like the museum, on the 18th century, the Age of Enlightenment during which travel and science bring many new varieties to its precincts. Today, its function is also educational, with guided tours, workshops and events offering a rich variety of experiences. The kitchen garden is accessible all year long, its entry is free and the audioguide in three languages will takes you by the hand to the dogwood, the beetroot and the burnet.

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