A very interesting science museum, which introduces all the food from the seed to its production process, and then to the conversion of the energy digested by the human body, a very comprehensive introduction to the relationship between humans and food.
It’s a very special museum. The exhibitions in the museum are also pretty good. A lot of materials and objects have been used to show us the past and present of the various ingredients that we are exposed to every day. There are also many teaching programs.
It’s a bargain if you have a Swiss pass. It’s very accessible and there are interactive games. Unfortunately, some of them are in French and the environment is very good.
Vevey is a small city between Montreux and Lausanne. The headquarters of Nestlé Coffee is here, and there is a Nestlé Food Museum by the lake in the city center. The museum follows the headquarters building of Nestlé at the beginning of the 20th century, introducing food from the aspects of history, folklore and science. The large fork in the lake outside the museum was "forked" in to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the museum. It has now become one of the landmarks of Vevey.
Opposite the iconic "Big Fork" on the lake, there is a simple but elegant goose-yellow building, which is the Vevey Food Museum established in 1985 with a Nestlé fund. Because it was too early to open the door, I can only admire his appearance. I have read the information before the trip. The Food Museum introduces the research on food in a simple and fascinating way. It shows the different links and methods of food from production to consumption, from the three aspects of science, nationality, and history. The aspect introduced diet and nutrition issues. When it comes to this big fork on Lake Geneva, it is known as GIANT FORK, which refers to the fork that God accidentally dropped when eating. It is also a sculpture of one of the "17 largest toys" in the world. There are some bronze statues beside the big fork. The most disturbing one is the statue of Chaplin. The humor master who lived here for 25 years passed away forever in 1977, with the regret of not being able to return to the motherland, but his former residence still remains here.
Vevey Vevey's new logo-the big fork in Lake Geneva, just across from the bronze statue of Chaplin, is a special artwork for the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the Nestlé Food Museum.
The Vevey Food Museum was founded by Nestlé. The headquarters of Nestlé is in Vevey. The museum displays the nutritional ingredients and food utensils of various foods. The exhibits are close to life, and the utensils are high-end and exquisite, very interesting.