The Olympic Museum (French: Musée olympique) in Lausanne, Switzerland houses changeless and brief shows identifying with game and the Olympic development. With more than 10,000 antiques, the exhibition hall is the biggest chronicle of Olympic Games on the planet and one of Lausanne's prime vacationer site draws pulling in more than 250,000 guests each year.The historical center was established on 23 June 1993, on the activity of then-president of the IOC Juan Antonio Samaranch. Mexican draftsman Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, an International Olympic Committee part, and Jean-Pierre Cahen, were accountable for the venture. The historical center was named the European Museum of the Year in 1995.The Olympic Museum and the Olympic Park (figure garden between the exhibition hall and Lake Léman) are situated at Ouchy, south of Lausanne. The home office of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) are situated at Vidy, toward the west of Ouchy.