About Calvin Auditory
Lying adjacent to the St. Pierre cathedral, the Calvin Auditorium’s Neo-Gothic architecture is a major attraction for designers from around the world. Constructed during the Geneva Reformation, the auditorium soon became a lecture hall. It was within these very walls that Calvin propounded his reformed theology.
Post Geneva’s acceptance of the theology, the auditorium became a sanctum for Protestant refugees from all over the continent. You can still find this chapel conducting sermons in different European languages! Whether or not you’re a fan of architecture, the Calvin Auditory is one of the greatest historical places to see in Geneva!
Location: Place de la Taconnerie 1, 1204 Genève