It was a nice experience, but not amazing.
The museum is very focused on the Reformation and Protestantism in Geneva and Jean Calvin's role. I missed more information regarding to Martin Luther and historical context.
On the other hand, the museum is very interactive and has not only a nice collection of manuscripts, pictures and presses, but also audios on antique hymns, interesting videos and some "games". Kids will like the "face in hole" wall where they can pose as Jean Calvin.
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