This easy, accessible hike lets everyone discover the grandeur of Roman Helvetica’s ancient city of Aventicum, through its vestiges.
Discovering the grandeur of Roman monuments in 3D is now possible thanks to the stereoscopic glasses installed on the Roman site.
This route links the Roman museums of Avenches and Vallon for a sporting and cultural outing.
Located near Avenches, near Lake Morat, the Swiss National Stud Farm (SNSF) is the federal government's competence centre for equines.
This trail allows you to discover the activities of the Swiss National Stud and its work for the conservation of the Franches-Montagnes breed
Located in the Bois de Châtel on the heights of Avenches, the Botanical Trail invites the walker to discover different forest species.
Saurez-vous récolter les indices et résoudre ce meurtre mystère?
Go on an family adventure through the streets of Avenches thanks to a new Tresure Hunt!
Avenches’ sandy beach is located on the edge of the campsite and is the ideal place for a relaxing day on the shores of Lake Murten.
Lake Murten’s peaceful waters are ideal for trying out stand up paddle boards, kayaks and pedal boats. Available for hire at the Campsite Beach.
Experience the enchanting world of butterflies and nature at Papiliorama Kerzers. Perfect family outing. Unforgettable moments.
The Gallic past of Avenches is revealed through objects of daily life.
During the holidays, the Avenches National Equestrian Institute offers children aged 7 and over the chance to discover the world of horses.
The Swiss National Stud Farm is full of activities and know-how in many fields and professions.
Known for its building skills, the beaver is mainly active at night.
Walk in the heart of the Bois de Châtel accompanied by the forest ranger
Your guide will take you to discover the various monumental remains of the town of Aventicum.
The Three Lakes region is an essential stop for migratory birds from the north, whether they are wintering or just passing.
Let yourself be surprised by the exciting historical past of the old town of Avenches!
The archaeological depot of the Roman Site and Museum contains more than 99% of the objects discovered during the excavations on the Aventicum site.