Musée Jenisch Vevey
Second largest art museum in the Canton of Vaud, the Musée Jenisch Vevey offers a rich program of temporary exhibitions and a permanent collection of paintings (Bocion, Courbet, Corot, Hodler, Vallotton, Picasso, Morandi, and so on.) in a neoclassical building located 15 minutes by train from Lausanne. It houses an extraordinary collection of works on paper, in particular the Cabinet cantonal des estampes, which brings together 35,000 works from the Renaissance to the present day and is therefore one of the five most prestigious collections of works on print in Switzerland. It also hosts the world's largest collection of graphic works by Oskar Kokoschka, as well as a collection of more than 10,000 drawings.
Inaugurated in 1897, the museum takes its name from the donor who made it possible, Fanny Jenisch. In a subtle dialogue between ancient and contemporary art, this institution aims to promote works on paper.
This museum greets you in the following languages: D/F/E
Thematic cultural asset
Location of the museumAvenue de la Gare 2
Location/directionsThe museum is fully accessible to visitors with reduced mobility and to pushchairs. There is a ramp at the rear of the building, facing Rue des Communaux.
OpenTuesday to Sunday
11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
From September 2020, Thursdays until 8 p.m.
Closed on Mondays
AdmissionAdults CHF 12
Senior citizens CHF 10
Children and young people
up to age 18 free of charge
ContactMusée Jenisch Vevey
Avenue de la Gare 2
021 925 35 20 Telephone
021 925 35 25 Fax
Member of the Swiss Museums Association.
Extremely children and family-friendly
Completely wheelchair accessible