Geneva Ethnography Museum

Geneva Ethnography Museum

The Ethnography Museum, one of the most important and diverse collections in Switzerland, displays 60,000 objects, 50,000 photos, 20,000 books and thousands of documents.more

Domaine de Châteauvieux

Domaine de Châteauvieux

In the heart of the Genevan wine-producing area, Domaine de Châteauvieux is a group of tenant farms belonging to the old Château de Peney, which was destroyed by the Genevans in the 16th century. Monsieur Chevrier has developed an inventive and...more

Bâtiment des Forces Motrices

Bâtiment des...

Forces Motrices, the imposing cultural center, “swims” in the middle of...more

Geneva Ethnography Museum

The Ethnography Museum, one of the most important and diverse collections in Switzerland, displays 60,000 objects, 50,000 photos, 20,000 books and thousands of documents.

The main building provides a tour of the five continents and takes you through their different cultural and artistic traditions.

Domaine de Châteauvieux

In the heart of the Genevan wine-producing area, Domaine de Châteauvieux is a group of tenant farms belonging to the old Château de Peney, which was destroyed by the Genevans in the 16th century. Monsieur Chevrier has developed an inventive and inspired cuisine, using the most sought-after produce in traditional gastronomy.

Bâtiment des Forces Motrices

Forces Motrices, the imposing cultural center, “swims” in the middle of the Rhone River. Located in the former water works it is today a renovated oasis with theater and opera performances as well as exhibition halls with a capacity of 950 persons.

Forces Motrices, the imposing cultural center, “swims” in the middle of the Rhone River. Located in the former water works it is today a renovated oasis with theater and opera performances as well as exhibition halls with a capacity of 950 persons.

Art and history museum

An encyclopaedia of cultures from prehistory to the present… The museums of art and history invite visitors on a multi-disciplinary journey through time, marking out major historical landmarks in Western civilisation.