About Tavel House
Spanning five floors, the Tavel House building plays host to stunning architectural reflections of the early-fourteenth century. A testament to the architectural skills of the Swiss medieval era, Tavel House is one of the few houses in Geneva that have retained their original architecture and design.
The ground floor harbours some amazing exhibits of the resident building itself, along with the fascinating history of the Tavel family. The attic brings you the most talked-about exhibit in the museum - a gigantic architectural model of Geneva in the mid-nineteenth century, designed by Auguste Magnin and his team. Visit Tavel House to take a leisurely trip back to 19th century Geneva in all its details.
Timings: Open 11:00 AM to 06:00 PM every day except Monday.
Entry Fee: No entry fee
Location: Rue du Puits-Saint-Pierre 6, 1204 Genève