Swiss Camera Museum
The Swiss Camera Museum (musée Suisse de l’appareil photographique in french) is dedicated to the history of photography, it is located at the edge of the Place du Marché in Vevey on the Montreux side. It includes:
- A photography development lab
- A historical museum of photography
- Temporary exhibitions renewed several times a year.
A large car park is available on the market square.
The reception offers some objects to buy in connection with the photography and acts as a ticket office. The prices are as follows:
- Adults: 16 CHF
- Discounts: CHF 14
- Up to 18 years of age: 7 CHF
Admission to the laboratory only costs 7 francs.
Created in 1979 and in its current location since 1989, the Swiss Camera Museum is based on the market square next to the lake. It traces the history of photography and cameras in two narrow, four-storey buildings connected by a footbridge and an underground tunnel. The museum will be of interest to adults initiated by photography.
The laboratory of the Swiss Camera Museum offers a very interesting photo development workshop that will be of particular interest to children, on Wednesdays, weekends and during holidays. The Torpille team recommends this activity for children from 6 to 12 years old.
A video about the Camera Museum.