Cultural Kiosk at UN Geneva & CERN

Musée national suisse: Château de Prangins

The Swiss National Museum – Château de Prangins offers a journey to the Age of Enlightenment. With its five hectares of park and gardens, the castle of Prangins is an exceptional site and a privileged excursion destination for families.

  • The Café du Château: offers a menu of seasonal dishes inspired by the castle’s old-fashioned vegetable garden, the largest historical garden in Switzerland, and is the ideal place to eat between exhibitions or to have a snack, either indoors or on the shady terrace overlooking the lake. Every Sunday, between 10:30 am and 3:00 pm, a brunch is served in the form of a buffet. Many festive events combining nature and culture as well as guided tours punctuate the year at the castle.
  • The building houses eight permanent exhibitions and offers three temporary exhibitions per year!

Current temporary exhibition:
Anne Frank and Switzerland
22.03. – 29.09.2024

  • The diary of Anne Frank is world famous. It is less well known that the journey to global publication began in Switzerland. While Anne, her sister and her mother were killed in the concentration camp, Anne’s father was the only family member to survive the Holocaust. Otto Frank moved to live with his sister in Basel in the 1950s. From there, he made it his task to share his daughter’s diary with the world whilst preserving her message on humanity and tolerance for the coming generations.

In collaboration with Anne Frank Fonds, Basel, and Familie Frank Zentrum im Jüdischen Museum Frankfurt

Permanent exhibitions:
“Décors. Masterpieces from the collections”

  • Tell me where you live and I will tell you who you are! Décors. Masterpieces from the collections, the new permanent exhibition at the Swiss National Museum – Château de Prangins, invites visitors to explore interiors that illustrate lifestyles, tastes and occupations in French-speaking Switzerland, from the Age of Enlightenment to the 20th century.

“Portrait Gallery”

  • In an interactive and engaging presentation, visitors will learn about lives and stories, including the means of contraception that passed through Europe on their way to the United States at the instigation of the biologist, philanthropist and feminist Katharine McCormick; the collapse of mutual fund company IOS and the sensational trial of financier Bernie Cornfeld; and the role played by Jacques Necker, Louis XVI’s finance minister, on 5 May 1789, the day the Estates General opened.

Offre spéciale: 
20% de remise sur le tarif Adulte
10 CHF  13 CHF
Entrée gratuite pour les enfants jusqu’à 16 ans

Special offer: 
20% off the adulte price
10 CHF  13 CHF
Free entrance for kids up to 16 years old

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Contact the kiosks

Building E, door 40, level 1.

Mon. to Fri. : 9am – 1:30pm / 2pm to 5pm    022 917 11 11

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Building 500 / ground floor

Mon. to Fri. : 9am – 1:30pm / 2pm to 5pm    022 766 94 76

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