Time Out says
A museum about the life and movies of Charlie Chaplin in the star’s former home, featuring a ten-acre park and café-brasserie.
The much-awaited Chaplin’s World comes from the Grévin entertainment consortium behind the famed Musée Grévin wax museum in Paris. Divided into three sections – the Manoir family home, a Hollywood-style studio and a beautiful park – it’s set on the very domain where Charlie Chaplin lived with his family for 25 years.
Learn about Chaplin’s movies and family life in the Manoir and studio, and explore the ten-acre park with its year-round views of Lake Geneva and the Alps. To complete the experience, there’s a café-brasserie – The Tramp – in the domain’s farmhouse, serving everything from light bites to full meals (open daily 9.30am-6.30pm). A great way to take a walk through the life and films of one of the world’s best-loved movie characters.
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|Transport:||Train: Vevey station, then bus line 212 to bus stop ‘Chaplin’. Bus: line 212 to bus stop ‘Chaplin’|
|Price:||CHF 25 adults, CHF 18 children (6-15 years), free for under 6s; CHF 23 concessions (students and over-60-years); CHF 72 family ticket (two adults, two children)|
|Opening hours:||9am-6pm Mon-Sun (Mar 31-Sep 30); 10am-5pm Mon-Sun (Oct 1-Dec 31); 10am-5pm Mon-Sun (Jan 2-Mar 30). Closed Dec 25 and Jan 1|