Imagine a doomsday scenario where melting glaciers cause a tsunami on Lake Geneva! Our Espace Découverte has become a lab for culinary experiments!
Around 400 objects from the Museum’s collection have left their storage boxes to enter your home! With just the click of a mouse, discover their unique features.See more
Sci-fi characters often have surprising eating habits shaping their persona. Answer truthfully and discover which sci-fi character you match.Play the game
The Mediterranean diet involves not only what people eat, but also how, where and with whom. As such, it refers to the “art of living”, that is to say, the translation of the Greek word "diaita". In the 20th century, when the eating habits of rural labourers in this region were discovered to be beneficial to their health, many of the more affluent began following their example.Read
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Adults CHF 13.00
Reduced rate CHF 11.00
Children 6-15 CHF 4.00
Children 0-5 Free of charge
What will we be eating in 2049? Will we be living in a dystopian world where a single foodstuff is the dreaded last solution?Find out more
Sharing knowledge and skills is what we do. With passion. That’s why the Alimentarium organises daily culinary workshops and classes led by qualified chefs.