Take bus 212 from Vevey downtown to reach the Chaplin Museum. This is the most expensive museum on my trip. There is no discount on the Swiss Pass. The two big and one small are 68 Swiss francs (25 Swiss francs for adults, 6-15 years old) Children 18 Swiss francs), I remembered that Vevey's hotel once gave me a ticket after buying the ticket. It seems that the museum can be discounted, but I forgot to ask. So if you have any, remember to ask them all.
The whole museum is divided into studio, former residence and garden. I personally think that the studio is more fun. There are many wax statues. You can take pictures with him interactively. Anyway, my husband is happier than the children.
On the shore of Lake Vevey, there are many bronze statues, among which the most disturbing is the statue of Charlie Chaplin. In 1977, the humorist who had lived in Vevey, Switzerland for 25 years returned to the embrace of God, with the regret of not being able to return to the motherland, and fell asleep quietly forever in this peaceful place, his former residence is still here. , Waiting for the arrival of the next "Chaplin". Savour the drunkenness that pervades the medieval vineyards by Lake Geneva, read carefully the bits and pieces left by Charlie Chaplin over the past 25 years, and experience the unprovoked and realistic sense of existence under the kiss of the sun.