Palais de Rumine

Built in the early 20C in the Italian Renaissance style, this impressive building was erected thanks to a substantial legacy from Gabriel de Rumine. It houses the Library and five museums (Fine Arts, Geology, Zoology, Archaeology and History and Currency).

Useful information

Address : 

pl. de la Riponne 6, 1005 Lausanne

Phone:

+41 21 316 33 10

Opening hours

11am-6pm, weekends 11am-5pm - closed Mon, 1 Jan, 25 Dec

Nearby tourist attractions

Zoology Museum
Zoology Museum
Housed on the 2nd floor of the Palais de
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Fine Arts Museum
Fine Arts Museum
This museum is renowned for its major
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Place de la Palud
Place de la Palud
Lined with old houses and the
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Cathedral Cathedral
Cathedral
Consecrated in 1275 and completely
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Museum of Design and Modern Applied Arts (Mudac)
Museum of Design and Modern Applied Arts (Mudac)
The MUDAC is established in the
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Lausanne's History Museum
Lausanne's History Museum
Housed in the towns of the former bishop
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Place de la Palud
Place de la Palud
Lined with old houses and the
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Cathedral Cathedral
Cathedral
Consecrated in 1275 and completely
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Ouchy
Ouchy
Now the "lake front" of Lausanne, Ouchy
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Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Zoology Museum
Zoology Museum
Housed on the 2nd floor of the Palais de
1:00
Fine Arts Museum
Fine Arts Museum
This museum is renowned for its major
1:30
Cathedral Cathedral
Cathedral
Consecrated in 1275 and completely
0:30
See all