Here is a list of museums in Geneva. Check out the most popular museums in Geneva to know more about frequently mentioned Museums from Geneva including Musée Barbier-Mueller, Site Archéologique de la Cathédrale, Museum D'ethnographie De Genève (Meg), International Museum of the Red Cross and Red Crescent, Musée Ariana, Maison Tavel, International Museum of the Reformation, House of Rousseau and Literature (MRL)
Superb small museum drawing from a very significant collection. The current exhibition (6,000 Years of Receptacles) shows diverse pieces of great energy and charm.
Focused, concise boutique museum. I can't give a 5th ⭐️ because there were no English descriptions in the gallery and the (free) Wi-Fi didn't extend to the basement to allow web translation. I became a member and look forward to many further galleries when in Genève.
Excellent little space, though I think I may have missed some more on another floor due to being on my own and having a sad teething baby. Definitely worth looking at as it’s beautifully presented. I read that the layout was a little chaotic but it really wasn’t, once you got the idea of the sections, such as writing and musical instruments etc it’s quite easy to follow. Although to be honest it’s just beautiful to wander amongst
I recommend the red cross museum to anyone visiting Geneva. It made me both laugh and cry. I learned so much on my visit and I loved all of the exhibits. They did a great job in putting it together. It is informative, visual and incredibly interactive. Definitely a must-see!!!
I suppose it could be cheaper. However, for those sincerely interested in the history of Red Cross, they will not be disappointed.
On the first level there is a very informative overview of the history of Geneva that cleverly pairs a video on a normal screen with a projected map onto a topographic (3D) model of the region. As the video tells you about different periods in Geneva's history, the projected city map evolves as well. It made the information very understandable and memorable.
At the top floor there is an amazing model of the city in 1800's.
Great museum. I thought the videos and self guided tour were great additions (especially since everything was written in French). The tour makes it worthwhile for English speakers. The layout and exhibits were attractive and informative. I thought they did a good job of explaining the reformation and some of the key points without bias.
Very informative. Had a lot to do with my family's history
This is one of the few museums in Geneva that is opened for visitors on Sundays! Extremely interesting journey for kids and adults! Five stars review is the least possible for this highly recommended place!
Little corner with a compendium of all sciences. What is more, the view is great and the ticket is free.
Interesting but small museum with great introduction to Genevas scientific history.