This 33rd edition will be an opportunity to discover or rediscover the city’s heritage, with sites offering free entry and specific events featuring aspects of our heritage that the general public often knows very little about.
A unique steam boat sailed on Lake Geneva in the early 20th century: the Dranse. It was the largest private yacht of its day and it belonged to Frédéric Engel Gros, owner of the Château de Ripaille. Come along and discover its story.
Exceptionnal challenge from photographers, lovers of Lake Geneva, which the most beautiful photos post on Facebook will be exhibit in the Tourist Office (organised with the support of Les Ambassadeurs du Léman).
Echoing Voltaire’s philosophical fable, this group exhibition aims to bring together a collection of works that question our usual perceptions, either through the use of all kinds of exaggerated processes (diversion, miniaturisation, magnification of familiar objects and images) or by inventing improbable settings.
Opened in 1987, the Fishing and Lake Ecomuseum naturally found a home in a fishing village in the Port de Rives. Set up in three traditional huts, it keeps alive the memory of professional fishermen in Lake Geneva, but also reflects their work today.