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Musée de Carouge

An exhibition space open to everyone in the heart of Carouge.

The Musée de Carouge organises exhibitions related to Carouge, its history and residents.

Located in the Montanrouge (1789) house, the museum holds collections of Carouge's earthenware, the collections of Emilie Chambon (a painter from Carouge) and Cottier (local history), as well as works by the painter Rudolf Haas (2001). The collections also contain artworks relating to the town's history, as well as contemporary ceramics. Public guided tours and workshops for children are organised for each exhibition.

Details & Price


Tuesday to Sunday: 2 pm-6 pm

Closed on Monday

Price & conditions

Admission free.


Musée de Carouge