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Atelier AlimentariumThe Alimentarium food museum in Vevey provides a full range of actitivies for children aged between 6 and 12 years old.  

Three options are currently on offer, all of which run on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays between the hours of 14h and 16h45. Priced Fr. 14.-, Fr. 10.- and Fr. 8.- respectively, they include: ateliers cuisine et animation, ateliers cuisine and ateliers animation.

The Olympic Musuem in Lausanne has organised a full programme of events for families wanting to make the most of this year's 21st Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. 

These include a Gastronomic Canadian Fortnight, guided tours of the Transcending Traditions exhibition, a Haida ceremony workshop, the option to partake in traditional Inuit games, a Biathlon, Bobsleigh and Curling.workshop where you can discover the Olympic disciplines, supervised by experts from clubs in Lausanne, and the big Olympic Totem Pole competition.  For the more leisurely, there is the simple option of following the exploits of the athletes in Vancouver on a big screen, every day from 9h-18h!

Take a look at our events pages to find out more about each event. 

Why not go for a game of bowling at La-Praille followed by a FREE KID’S MEAL at Molino Restaurant? Every Sunday evening, children accompanied by a parent, pay nothing for a children’s meal (value Fr. 15.20/child 12 and under).

V I T A M ’ P A R C is a new indoor swimming park which has recently opened in Neydens, France, just across the border at Bardonnex.

In addition to the vast swimming area (where lessons are also offered), the centre includes a spa, restaurants, climbing walls, hotel, and shopping mall.

If you're new to the area and haven't yet had time to work out the best places to take your kids at the weekends, then you might take a look at some of the following amusement parks: