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Provides a child friendly insight into the work of the International Red Cross and it's history. Can be covered in an hour. There is a cafe on the roof top above the museum with great views of Lake Geneva so useful to eat and rest...More
I liked the way that this museum was laid out. There are several interactive parts to keep everyone entertained. Its pretty cool how the audio guide is hooked up based on where you are in the building.
This is an imaginatively laid out museum and I found out a lot about the work of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent that I had no idea about before, but, more importantly, I came away with a broader understanding of issues around conflicts...More
We were very impressed by this museum. It was very approachable - a good size (we spent an hour but could have done a bit more). The exhibits were put together thoughtfully and we learned a lot. interactive and nice gift shop.
You must visit this place if you have been associated with Red Cross and Red Crescent movement somehow. It will give you good understanding of how it all started.
Audio interpretation equipment is provided in different languages and you will need at least one hour...More
This site is my absolutely favourite place to visit in Geneve. Divded in three parts, it shows the tragedies that have been happening worldwide throughout the years and the effort that the Red Cross volunteers and employees have put in order to save millions of...More
If the goal of this museum is to make an emotional connection to the visitor, then I think they got it right. It made me feel good about the work the Red Cross is doing. On the other hand, if the goal is to impart...More