With its new exhibition areas, the Olympic Museum is reopening mid-december and will encourage visitors to delve into the history, legacy, dreams, challenges and values which have combined to make the Olympic Movement what it is today. In addition to the exhibitions, a variety of cultural programmes will be on offer starting in the spring of 2014.
In 1915, Baron Pierre de Coubertin established the IOC's headquarters in Lausanne and created an embryonic Olympic Museum. Since then, the Museum has preserved the heritage of the Olympic Games and collected works of art and objects which illustrate the development of the Olympic Movement
- Free of charge
- Located on the boat Helvetie
- Medals and torch exhibitions
- 600sqm of exhibition