This museum may intrigue only a small percentage of tourists to Geneva, but if you are interested in knowing more about the key players in the Protestant Reformation, the reasons for the Reformation, and how it has influenced the Protestant Church to this day, then by all means visit this museum! The hand-held audio guides enable a person to choose which explanations to listen to, as there is a lot of information to absorb. There are a variety of displays which make the entire museum quite engaging.
The building which houses the museum has a history of it's own (given briefly in the first audio explanation). I'm very glad the museum is in such a "house" instead of a new, modern building which would not capture the historical feel nearly so well.
We do not visit a lot of museums as we travel around, but this is one we are glad we took the time for (2 1/2-3 hours). We are grateful to those who chose to recapture and express the Reformation by establishing this museum. It is well worth the time and money.
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