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July 13, 2020
A small museum that recaptures the history of Geneva. On the last floor there's an astonishing 3D map of the fortified Geneva before 1850's. Free entrance.
January 2, 2020
It's a medieval house built in the 12th century that is currently a museum of Geneva's history. It is situated in the old city center and is free to visit. They have recently introduced a video available in lots of languages that explains in brief the history of Geneva. You can wander and discover…
January 6, 2017
Small museum of history of Geneva. Entrance is free and in the top floor they have an amazing copper reproduction of the city in 1850 before the fortifications were demolished. Must seen!
Jean & Kim
Jean & Kim
December 15, 2016
Very nice museum to do
August 18, 2016
Another good museum about Geneva, with a nice city model.

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“Just across from Bottle Brothers, a little more laid back. They also serve some food. Open 'till 2am.”
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“Sure you can see the water fountain from afar but actually going there is a whole other experience. In the summer you can rent a small boat for up to 6 people without a license and there are lots of activities for locals and tourists. There are also restaurants and bars around if you want to relax and take a break. ”
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“We always take our guests to climb the stairs of the cathedral to admire the 360º view of Geneva. Extrait from Know-it-all passport®: 12th century structure includes an eclectic mix of styles. It is best known as the adopted home church of John Calvin, one of the leaders of the Protestant Reformation. Inside the church is a wooden chair used by Calvin. Note: Fantastic 360° view of Geneva and surrounding mountains from the top. Climb up the 153 stairs, revel in the magnificent views along the way and discover the inner workings of this historical landmark. If you can stand loud noises, then make sure you are at the top on the hour so you can hear at close-hand the bells ring. There are 2 towers, North and South. Note: Please respect the red light/green light system on some of the narrow spiral stairs that allow traffic flow with a one-way system. Price to climb up the tower: Fr. 5.-/adult, Fr. 2.-/child age 6-16. Open October through May 10h-17h30 (Sunday from 12h), June through September 9h30-18h30, Saturday till 17h, Sunday 12h-18h30.”
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“One of the most expensive shopping streets in Geneva with many world known brands (Chanel, Hermes, LV, Gucci, Mont Blanc, etc). Not for every budget but for any eye.”
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Opera House
“The opera house in Geneva. The tickets are not cheap but the acoustics is ok and you often have recitals with international artists.”
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Centre-Plainpalais-Acacias, GE 1204
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