A1 motorway: From Geneva, take the Nyon exit, from Lausanne the Gland exit, then follow the signposts. There are plenty of free parking spaces along Route Suisse. From here, it is a pleasant five-minute walk through the Abériaux meadow to the castle.
Duration about 25 min. from the train station in Nyon. Follow the tracks in the direction of Lausanne and the pedestrian signs.
Self-service bicycles are available at the station and the landing stage in Nyon, as well as in Gland.
Take a CGN boat to the landing stage at Nyon. Then, it is a 20-minute walk along Rue de Rive and Route de Lausanne.
The chateau welcomes visitors with disabilities and families with young children. All exhibition areas are wheelchair and pushchair accessible (with the exception of a small room in the temporary exhibition and one of the rooms in the cellar). Persons with reduced mobility can be dropped off at the entrance to the chateau’s courtyard. Please report to the access points at the entrance close to Route du Clos. Admission is free for your companion. Disabled toilets are located in the basement and can be accessed via the lift.
The museum has two wheelchairs available for visitor use.
We regret that animals are not permitted in the museum but are allowed in the park.