Silent movie icon Charlie Chaplin's home in Switzerland is to be turned into a museum.
The mansion at Corsiersur-Vevey by the shores of Lake Geneva was Chaplin's last home before his death in 1977. It has been chosen as the site for the museum over the star's homes in London and Los Angeles.
His son Michael says, "He was very happy here."
The museum, which will feature feature objects from Chaplin’s life and career, is expected to open in 2011.