It's tucked away down a side road, but not far from the city centre and on 4 floors, with the 3rd floor (when we visited at least) being almost totally dedicated to punk rock. I could have spent the whole afternoon on that floor watching the continuous videos of old punk performers. My review is therefore somewhat biased as I am a big fan of punk rock. However, a non punk fan would still enjoy the place as there were many unusual and thought provoking exhibits. if you are looking for traditional portraits and landscapes then go to the much bigger museum of art and history.
I agree with a previous reviewer's comment that it would have helped if the information plaques were in English as well as French, but that seems to be the same in all of Geneva's museums.
Contrary to a previous reviewer's comment, there is an admission charge, but not huge (about 8 Swiss Francs I think). You cannot take bags in, so have to leave them in the lockers (which are free).
One final point - it doesn't open until middday, so maybe the reviewer who incorrectly said it was shut on Sunday went too early?
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