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Free Tours

The AstroPléiades Association and the St-Légier Development Society have joined forces to offer free guided weekend visits throughout July and August.
These visits are open to everybody (over the age of 7 years) and no reservations are required. Meet at 2:30 pm at Pléiades station to start the visit which will last approximately one hour.
We are looking forward to seeing lots of you here!

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Cadrans Solaires

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Cartes suisses et définitions

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Equation du temps

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Table des déclinaisons

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Rapporteur degré

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Rapport Equateur Eté

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Rapport Equateur Hiver

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Cadrans Verticaux / Horizontaux Modèle

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Style pour Cadrans Verticaux / Horizontaux Modèle

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Découpage Instructions de montage du Cadran Equatorial

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Is the Astropléiades site always open?

The Astropléiades site can only be visited from May to October.

 

2. How can I come to Astropléiades?

It is possible to go either by car or by train. The train brings you directly to the Astropléiades departure while by car you will have to walk 20-25 minutes to the summit.

 

Fore more information, click here.

 

If you wan to, you can also hike until the summit of Les Pléiades. From Blonay, you can walk on the pedestrian tracks. It will take you approximately 2 hours to arrive on top.

 

3. Is the Astropléiades site suitable for children?


The Astropléiades site is interesting for adults and children. Nevertheless, it would be better for children aged 7 and more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Can we walk somewhere else in Les Pléiades?

If you want to extend the space exploration you can take the pedestrian track of the planets. During the walk, you will find 10 educational display points.

 

 

More information in the section The Planets track.

 

You will find the other walking possibilities on the Les Pléiades website.

 

5. Is there a place to have a pic-nic?


You will find a pic-nic area in the middle of the Astropléiades site. This pic-nic area offers a grill to make barbecue. On top of that, there is a playground just next to it.

 

 

 

 

 

6. Is there restaurants somewhere?

Directly next to the Les Pléiades station, you can go eat something at the Les Pléiades restaurant. This restaurant is open from Monday to Sunday from 9:30 until 18:30.

 

Visit our section Eat & Sleep.

 

7. When are the trains coming up to Les Pléiades?

To check the complete timetable for Vevey – Blonay – Les Pléiades, please click on the official webpage of the CFF.

 

8. Is there any guided tour of Astropléiades?

Yes, the guided tours can be booked by contacting the Blonay station at the following number: 021 926 80 40.

 

Free guided tours are available each week-end during July and August in several languages (French, German, English and more).