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International Museum of the Reformation



In the heart of Protestant Geneva.

The Reformation that changed the history of Europe.

Housed in one of the most elegant town houses in the old town, next to the Cathedral, the Musée International de la Réforme presents a history of the Protestant Reformation in nine rooms. From the 16th century to the present day, paintings, manuscripts, books, prints, objects, music and films paint a portrait of an influential movement in Geneva, Switzerland and beyond. From Calvin to Martin Luther King, from Marie Dentière to Aretha Franklin, from Luther's 95 theses to Dietrich Bonhoeffer's handwritten letters, with Lukas Cranach, Jean Etienne Liotard or Ferdinand Hodler, the permanent exhibition offers chronological and thematic approaches. A ten-language tour guide can be activated via smartphone. Fifteen major works are brought to life in augmented reality. Two temporary exhibitions are held each year.

Details & Price


Open Tuesday to Sunday

from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Adult 13 CHF / Child 8 CHF / AVS 6 CHF


French, English, German


Musée International de la Réforme - MIR
Cour de Saint-Pierre 10 - 1204 Genève