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Free museum which comes with a multi language paper guide and film at start which a good 10 mins. Exhibits only labelled in french but the house is a series of rooms set out on several floors. Lovely ‘objets’ in cases and a good snapshot....More
We dropped into this "free to the public" attraction after visiting the St. Pierre Cathedral
and although strangely laid out it turned out to be rather entertaining. It has a wonderful display of historical doors and windows and an interesting video display close to the...More
I just want to give another shout-out to the huge 3D map of Geneva from circa 1850 that takes up the top floor of this museum. Not only is its detail and craftsmanship breathtaking, but also the enormous map gives the viewer a great understanding...More
A really interesting collection of how people used to live a few centuries ago, in the oldest house in Geneva. It is worth a visit, not only for the exhibits, but also for the wonderful view from the windows of the house.
Located close to the cathedral, this museum is free and small. There are some interesting exhibits but the best part for us was the film on the ground floor which, together with an illuminated model, takes the viewer through the development and growth of the...More
Maison Tavel has free admitance, Thai is always a good information for people traveling on a tight budget. The exhibition has an interesting multimedia on the development of the city of Geneva. Antique objects like Helmets and armours are on display. One of the floors...More
A friendly tour guide outside the Cathedral recommended a visit here, so after a Sunday afternoon stroll through the Old Town exploring we visited this medieval house. Very pleased it was free entry, as most things in Switzerland are expensive. You really get a feel...More
This was our second favorite site in the old town. The house is 4 stories and each has something to recommend it. Just seeing the house itself, even without the contents, would be interesting. There is no fee , which surprised us. There is an...More