The permanent exhibits, although interesting for older kids and adults - commercial sailing ships, smuggling, and sculpture - they may not hold the attention of 6-11 year olds, but the temporary (2017) exhibition of engravings of the southern coast of Lake Geneva (2018 will feature the northern coast) is accompanied by a very creative game book (livret-jeu) that captured the attention and interest of a 7 and a 10 year old for over 30 minutes - and it is educational to boot. Quite unexpected for an exhibition of 17th - 19th century engraving - a real credit to the organizers for reaching out to the younger visitors. The temporary exhibition has English, German and Italian explanations. Entry to the museum is free of kids under 11, and quite reasonable for others. The museum is located in the basement of the Office of Tourism, which provides an opportunity to find even more things to do in the area, and there is a beautiful view of the harbor below.