The Clubs

Warri Club

The Museum of Games has the pleasure of offering you the new Warri club. Warri is an Africain game based on calculation and strategy. Learning the rules takes only some minutes. However, the game will reveal its potentialities in the course of the successive matches.
Beginners or players, you are all welcome!

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Junior Chess Club, from 6 years old

Are you interested in chess and are between 6 and 16 years old? The junior chess club is for you! Supervised by Rolph Haefelfinger, a guide at the Museum and chess connoisseur and Harry Hoang, member of Swiss National Junior Chess league, you will soon become a skilful player. They are present every other Wednesday. A great occasion for you!...

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Mah-Jong Club

Mahjong is an ancient Chinese game played by four people. Players have to collect combinations by drawing or exchanging pieces of different motifs - called tiles - there are 144. The various rituals of this game, as well as the elaborate and complex rules, though easy to learn, make it particularly exciting....

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Go Club

The Go Club of La Tour-de-Peilz welcomes and encourages you to come and discover this marvellous game Go, and to play magnificent games in a pleasant setting.
Go (Weiqui in Chinese, Igo in Japanese, and Baduk in Corean) started in C (Goban), hina more than 4000 years ago. Go is a game of strategy in which two players share a board, a grid of 19 horizontal and 19 vertical lines, by placing alternatively a stone (Go-Ishi) of their colour (normally black or white) on an intersection. There is no luck in Go. Only the quality of the players counts....

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Education and public programs

Jennifer Genovese

Swiss Museum of Games
Au château
CH-1814 La Tour-de-Peilz

T. +41 21 977 23 03
F. +41 21 977 23 07


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