Humankind has continuously thought about, justified, led, glorified or prepared for war. In parallel, humanity’s efforts have continuously sought to limit war’s worst violations, […]
The permanent exhibition recounts the history of civilization in a journey through time covering 5000 years since invention of writing, which offer a contrast with the 170-million-year-old fossils displayed at the museum’s entrance.
To find one’s way in the vast array of human writings, one needs to limit oneself to studying “the essence, that only counts, that is to say the element that remained alive, in one way or another, among history” (Martin Bodmer) »
Open from 2pm to 6pm
Tuesday – Sunday, closed on Monday
15 CHF : Adults
10 CHF : AVS, unemployed, students, Théâtre de Carouge subscribers
Free : Children under 18, Geneva pass, Raiffeisen card, and more (+)