The MIR (International Museum of the Reformation) in Geneva traces the history of the Reformation initiated by Martin Luther, John Calvin and others. Through objects, books, manuscripts, paintings and engravings, the Museum tells the story of the movement that spread in part from Geneva during the 16th century and grew into one of the main families of Christian churches.
|Full price||CHF 13.00|
|Reduced price||CHF 8.00|
|Youth (7-16 yo)||CHF 6.00|
|Children (0-6 ans)||free|
(from 15 people, per person)
Audio guides in French, German and English are free for the permanent exhibition.
Guided tours in English, French, German, Mandarin Chinese or Spanish (other languages on request). Visiting the permanent exhibition with a certified guide for an hour costs CHF 150.00, excluding entrance tickets.
Free companion tickets for assistants accompanying disabled visitors to the museum.
How to pay: Swiss francs or Euros – Maestro, Visa, Postcard, Mastercard, Twint. Cheques are not accepted.