A stunning French-style château built in 1730, the Prangins Castle has been home to barons, and other prominent historical figures such as Voltaire and Joseph Bonaparte. Today, the castle is a part of the Swiss National Museums, with a permanent collection on display that is dedicated to educating visitors about modern Swiss history, from 1730-1920. Also on site is a beautiful vegetable garden, where many of the plants are representative of those that have been cultivated on the grounds since its inception. The museum has a café available, with outdoor seating. Check website for more information.
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