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Musée Ariana, Geneva

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  • Musee Ariana was not on our list of 'must sees' but we had heard that it was worth going for the building itself, which is truly beautiful. However, we were pleasantly surprised at how wonderful and i...  more »
  • We ended up here after visiting the UN. Entry to the general exhibits is free and interesting to those who like antiquities and/or ceramics. 
  • A wonderful time to introduce children to the porcelain and earthenware, this museum is of a high quality by the objects presented by its layout. The temporary exhibition no lack of interest.
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  • Best and unique swiss museum which fully covers worldwide ceramics. The latter making part of the permanent exhibition is free of charge. Outstanding temporary ones are free every 1st Sunday of the month. Open 11 to 18 except Monday.Don't forget to walk around the park, go to the back of the museum and on the lovely terrasse on the 1st floor.
  • Absolutely stunning interior and plenty of pieces spanning multiple cultures (mostly European) and centuries. Highly recommend if you are a huge fan of ceramics or glassware but otherwise, it may be a bit dull. The architecture is gorgeous, and the museum is definitely worth a visit if only to walk around the outside and through the gardens surrounding it.
  • Really expansive museum featuring ceramic pieces from different eras and areas of the world. We were lucky to get in during free entrance day.
  • A walk away from the UN and broken chair. Good location with a big park to relax.
  • Superb