Located near Nyon, the Château de Prangins is the French-speaking headquarters of the Swiss National Museum. It welcomes companies for private guided tours, activities in its magnificent French-style garden, as well as conferences in its fully equipped rooms.
Château de Prangins was built around 1730, in a magnificent parkland overlooking Lake Geneva. Since its creation in 1998, the Swiss National Museum has been telling the story of modern, democratic and industrial Switzerland between 1730 and 1920. To visit the gardens is certainly worth a detour – especially the gigantic kitchen garden with its heritage flowers and vegetables.
Private guided visits are organised for corporate trips. Your staff can explore aspects of daily life in the eighteenth century, the history of the Barons of Prangins and forgotten vegetables from the last century. The magnificent garden is also a favourite place for aperitifs or banquets. Seminars are held within the historic walls of the Salle des Belles Pierres (1612 - up to 100 guests), the Garden Room (128 m2 on the first floor, up to 50 guests) or the Tower Room (38 m2, in the attic but with a view, for up to 12 guests).