Welcome to the International Museum of the Reformation
in Geneva

Discover the Reformation from 1536 to the present

Open Tuesday to Sunday
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ­– 4, rue du Cloître (cour Saint-Pierre), Geneva
Tel. 022 310 24 31
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The Museum is open on Easter Monday!

 
 
 
Come discover the beautiful stories from « Once Upon Many Times »
Monday, April 22nd from 10 AM to 5 PM
 

 

The MIR (International Museum of the Reformation) was founded in 2005 with the aim of showcasing the living history of Geneva and the Reformation. As such, it tells the story of both an idea and an ambition. In the 16th century, John Calvin set out to turn Geneva into a model for a new way of living the Christian life, to serve as an example to the world.  This momentum gave birth to the "myth" of Geneva and explains its international influence. The aim of the MIR is not to convert and convince, but to explore and explain the roots of this remarkable destiny. 

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