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International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum

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This renowned museum, universally acclaimed as one of the best in the city, provides a moving reminder of the importance of international humanitarian efforts.
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avenue de la Paix 17, Geneva 1202, Switzerland
+41 22 748 95 11
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Should give more information about the red cross as opposed to just fancy displays with not much detail. Disappointing.

Thank Joules99
Reviewed 1 week ago

We all know the Red Cross for natural disaster relief around the world, from earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, hurricanes, wildfires. And then of course there are man-made disasters like terrorist attacks, plane crashes and hijackings, school shootings, refugees in search of a safe place to live....More

Thank hallome
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A very reflective afternoon at the Humanitarian Museum. The exhibition is very interactive and provides insight into the work that Red Cross do. But disturbing to see how much suffering people around the world endure

Thank Akrish
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The exhibits are very moving and emphasize the work of the Red Cross across the globe. The support for victims of war and natural disasters is outstanding and you will come away with a feeling of support for this wonderful organization.

Thank Canmoretravelbugs
Reviewed June 9, 2018 via mobile

The exhibits were creative and cleverly laid out in the relatively small building. The refugees photo exhibit which only temporary was really well done. Simple and nice, but the permanent exhibits were the ones that were cleverly laid it and curated. Worth a visit when...More

Thank TheHabitatTeam
Reviewed June 3, 2018 via mobile

I was expecting and would have liked this museum to contain more history of the Red Cross. Rather than the individual ‘witness’ stories that were told, I would have preferred a big picture story of their involvement in so many places of war and natural...More

Thank Jane R
Reviewed June 1, 2018 via mobile

This place is right across from United Nations. I had expected a history on the Red Cross and more on how they operate. However, as other reviewers have said it is high-tech but patched together exhibits on the effects of Red Cross involved events such...More

Thank babyoscar530
Reviewed May 5, 2018 via mobile

I was very impressed by this museum. It is not as big and you can visit it in one or two hours. I was very happy to see references to the Colombian peace process. The testimonies are moving and help you remember the challenges we...More

Thank Nataliacevedo
Reviewed May 2, 2018

International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum is worth of visiting if you stay in Geneve couple of days.

Thank Juho P
Reviewed April 29, 2018 via mobile

It’s a nicely curated and interactive walk along the International Red Cross work around the time and world. You can really get into the institutions principles and some of the people’s experiences. It is beautiful, moving and educational. I would definitely recommend it!

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chris s
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Hello, sure you buy ticket directly at the museum. No problems, you can take photos inside. Enjoy!
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