Folklore Museum in Geneva, Switzerland. [View] is located in the old homestay in Geneva Old City, showing the life of the old city people in Geneva. [Interesting] for friends who like history or interior design is worth seeing. Don't miss the model of the large old city of Geneva on the top floor! [price/performance] you need to buy tickets to enter and the exhibits are very local.
Tawar Pavilion is also a very beautiful place. The environment here is also very big. There are many places in the museum. This building is also very important and a good place to visit. I really like the style and architecture here.
It is also a small museum with a lot of pictures of buildings and artworks. This exhibition hall is also quite distinctive. You can experience a very unique style here, and the layout of the collection is also very interesting. You can appreciate the style here.
Located in the old town, Maison Tavel a multilevel reconstriction of is the oldest house in Geneva and offers visitors a fascinating look into Geneva's history. Don't miss the 3D model of the city. The bonus here is that for the permanent exhibition there is no entrance fee.
Tarver pavilion is the oldest of the Geneva private collection museum, located in a 17 th-century mansion. The museum tells the story of Geneva after this lot of changes of the urban development history. Interesting is also displayed in the museum with a wide variety of folk custom accessories and exquisite town model, will reveal the history of the town and lifelike.
I love visiting old things - especially buildings because it makes me wonder how they can be kept so well built! So the opportunity to visit Maison Tavel - the oldest residence in Geneva - was a delight.Lots of exhibits on Geneva's city history so it's an educational visit as well. There is a 3D map of the 1850s Geneva at the top floor - which always fascinates me how cities have grown and changed.
The oldest private housing in Geneva, it is now a museum for art and the history of Geneva. Maison Tavel is often hosting local artists that showcase themes about the Swiss region.