Discover the Reformation from 1517 to the present

The MIR stands where Genevans voted in favour of the Reformation in 1536, and features more than 600 books, manuscripts, engravings, paintings and objects. They tell the story of five centuries of Protestant history marked by an extraordinary figure: John Calvin.

« A very nice museum about the story of the reformation and post reformation of the protestant church. Located right next to St. Pierre cathedral. The adult ticket is 13 francs. You will receive an audioguide that will explain parts of the exhibition. No pothos or video. You can re-enter using the same ticket. Restrooms are located at the entrance. Not really fun for little children. Also, it's a bit difficult to understand the flow of the exhibition. Recommended. »

Melvin Diaz, Genève, January 2019