L'herbier des Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques et ses quelque six millions d’échantillons est un des plus importants au monde. Quant au jardin, il abrite de magnifiques collections de plantes vivantes.

Site internet des Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques

L'herbier des Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques et ses quelque six millions d’échantillons est un des plus importants au monde. Quant au jardin, il abrite de magnifiques collections de plantes vivantes.

Site internet des Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques

Ouverte en 2009, la Médiathèque du FMAC a pour objectif l’encouragement et la diffusion de l’art vidéo à Genève. Elle réunit le Fonds André Iten, l’une des plus riches et importantes collections vidéo de Suisse, ainsi que la collection vidéo du FMAC.

Site internet du Fonds municipal d’art contemporain

Avec une collection riche de 25'000 objets illustrant douze siècles de culture céramique, le Musée Ariana compte parmi les grands musées européens spécialisés dans les arts du feu.

Site internet du Musée Ariana

Les Musées d’art et d’histoire forment le plus grand ensemble muséal de Suisse, avec ses cinq musées et leurs 700'000 objets, sa bibliothèque, son laboratoire de recherche et ses ateliers de restauration.

Site internet des Musées d'art et d'histoire

Haut lieu de la réflexion sur les sociétés humaines, le Musée d'ethnographie de Genève, dont les bâtiments se trouvent au boulevard Carl-Vogt propose au travers de ses expositions une variété de lectures anthropologiques des phénomènes sociaux et culturels qui traversent le monde actuel.

Site internet du Musée d'ethnographie

Le Musée d’histoire naturelle accueille plus de 250'000 visiteurs chaque année à la découverte des millions de spécimens exceptionnels appartenant au patrimoine naturel qu'il conserve. Unique en son genre en Suisse, le Musée d'histoire des sciences - affilié au Muséum - abrite une collection d'instruments scientifiques anciens issus des cabinets des savants genevois du 17e au 19e siècle.

Site internet du Musée d'histoire naturelle
Site internet du Musée d'histoire des sciences

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Opening hours and tickets

Opening hours

The Museum welcomes you
Tuesday through Sunday from 11:00 to 18:00.

Closed on Mondays and on December 25th and January 1st.
The ticket office is open from 10:00 to 17:45.
Due to the current health situation, MEG has changed its entry requirements and making the purchase of an online ticket mandatory.
The staff answers your calls Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 to 17:45 pm at +41 22 418 45 50.

The MEG Café welcomes you
Tuesday through Sunday from 9:30 to 18:00.

Closed on Mondays, on December 25th and January 1st.
The Café staff answers your calls from 9:30 am to 18:00 at +41 22 418 90 86.
Café du MEG

The Library welcomes you
Tuesday through Friday from 11:00 to 18:00

The library is closed Saturday through Monday and on bank holidays.
A box for the return of borrowed books is located in the Museum garden across from the front entrance.
The library staff answers your calls Tuesday through Friday from 9:00to 18:00 at +41 22 418 45 60.
Library

Current visitor regulations govern access to the The Visitor's Regulations [PDF 0.1 Mo].
Animals are not allowed inside the Museum, except for utility dogs.


Tickets

Permanent exhibition

General Admissions is free of charge.
Access to permanent exhibitions in all museums from the City of Geneva is free.

Costs for a public guided tour to the permanent exhibition
9 CHF Full price
6 CHF Reduced price
Children, members of the SAMEG, retired (AVS), unemployed, students, apprentices, 18-25 years old and holders of the «20 ans/20 francs» card.

Temporary Exhibition

Costs for the temporary exhibition
9 CHF Full price
6 CHF Reduced price
Retired (AVS), unemployed, students, apprentices, 18-25 years old, groups from 12 to 20 people (free entrance for the accompanying person).
Please make sure to bring a proof of your reduction status when you visit the MEG

Due to the current health situation, MEG has changed its entry requirements and making the purchase of an online ticket mandatory.
Persons benefiting from a free ticket are requested to go to the MEG reception desk and present the proof to collect their ticket.

Free of charge

Young people up to the age of 18, members of the SAMEG, press members, members of the ICOM and the AMS, disabled persons and their companion AI card, "chèque culture", «20 ans/20 francs» card, Raiffeisen, Swiss Museums Pass, Geneva City Pass, Museum Pass, teachers preparing their visit on presentation of proof of a guided tour reservation.
These tickets are only available at the MEG ticket office upon presentation of the document proving you're qualified for a free ticket (no reservations by telephone).

The temporary exhibition is free of charge every first Sunday of the month. Online registration is mandatory

Partners with advantages

People who are members of the Club de la Tribune de Genève receive a free ticket.
People who possess the Passeport loisirs or an anual TPG pass, receive a second ticket free of charge upon purchase of the first ticket.
These tickets are only available at the MEG ticket office upon presentation of the document proving you're qualified for a free ticket (no reservations by telephone).

A ticket already purchased online cannot be refunded or exchanged for a free ticket at the MEG ticket office.

Costs of the MEG activities

12 CHF Full price
8 CHF Reduced price
Children, members of the SAMEG, retired (AVS), unemployed, students, apprentices, 18-25 years old, «20 ans/20 francs» card.
Free of charge Disabled people and their accompanying aides
These tickets are to be obtained at the MEG or reserved by email accueil.meg@ville-ge.ch.
Audiences with specific needs

Accepted means of payment

Audioguide

Euro banknotes (€) are accepted.
Change is rendered in Swiss francs (CHF).

The staff answers your calls from Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 to 17:45 at +41 22 418 45 50.