Our trip to Geneva was a spontaneous one and we arrived within a week of booking our flights, unfortunately for us, this meant we were unable to attend the guided tour (which in English, was fully booked out months in advance!).
Undetered, we visited anyway as there are two permanent exhibitions on display that are open to the general public that give a fabulous insight into the entire process, the science behind it and the multinational teams involved.
It's a short journey by tram (#14, I think) from the train station and it's the last stop on the line - so there is no missing it.
We were also lucky enough to be greeted by one of the volunteers (who had worked at CERN for the last 20+yrs) who walked us through the displays (many hands-on and interactive) and assisted us with our questions.
If you are a science-nerd of any sort - then this is a definite must-see while in Geneva
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