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Nice but expensive and small. I wish it would have been larger and have more things on the Calvin and Luther period and not on the more modern period. We were expecting more than what we saw for 13 CHF
The building in the old town that houses this museum is in itself a reason to visit. The museum is designed to be accessible, mainly for anyone over the age of 12 or so although not everything is pitched at that level so you can...More
This museum was the main reason we made the 3 hour train journey from Zurich to Geneva and it was well-worth the effort! The engaging displays had been carefully thought out and were highly informative. They covered a wide range of topics, issues, events and...More
High quality museum that definitely deserves to be seen bit at 13 francs per adult it is a little steep especially considering Maison Tavel and the museum of Art and history are totally free....
Anyway, your call.
I very highlights of the history of the protestant reform, and how were difficult for the oldest fathers of the faith, generate a strong defense to the new ideas of the love of God. Good souverniers shop.
Compact museum located next door to the cathedral. Interesting mix of traditional displays of objects and more modern interactive exhibits. The gallery on the French wars of religion is extremely comprehensive. The exhibition in the basement on modern day Protestantism is also worth a look....More
Went there with family visiting Geneva. The museum is really interesting and full of information provided through different media. The audio guide is perfect. Lot of interactive activities. Great explanation of the birth and evolution of Protestantism.