Museums & Exhibitions au Pays du Mont-Blanc (and beyond)

We are lucky to have some wonderful museums au Pays du Mont-Blanc, many housed in architectural gems (old, new and renovated) . . . and as well as their permanent collections, they also offer temporary exhibitions and workshops for children and families over the school holidays! And if we venture further than the Pays du Mont-Blanc – to Cluses, to Annemasse, to la Maison du … Continue reading Museums & Exhibitions au Pays du Mont-Blanc (and beyond)

Geneva, Cluses & Annecy – FREE museums on first Sunday of the month!

Throughout the year in Geneva, and from October until May in Cluses & Annecy, many of the museums/temporary exhibitions are FREE on the FIRST Sunday of the month!  In addition, the museums often put on some wonderful workshops / guided tours for children and families (also FREE) on this day. The next FREE Sunday will be Sunday 6th January! Cluses FREE first Sunday of the month … Continue reading Geneva, Cluses & Annecy – FREE museums on first Sunday of the month!

Les mercredis – workshops, sport & creative activities for children au Pays du Mont-Blanc

📆 WEDNESDAYS are once again – au Pays du Mont-Blanc – a day free from scholastic duties (for young children, at least!). A day to perhaps explore a new sport or leisure activity, to relax at home or to head to garderie. To join local sports clubs, or to sign up for activities at the MJC Chamonix, FJEP Passy, MJC Saint-Gervais or Le Palais in Megève, you will largely need to sign … Continue reading Les mercredis – workshops, sport & creative activities for children au Pays du Mont-Blanc

MEG – Musée d’Ethnographie de Genève

One of MBFF’s favourite museums in Geneva is the MEG (le Musée d’Ethnographie de Genève) . . . we watched as it was being built and we were excited when it opened its shiny new doors to the public! The adventure starts before you even enter the museum – the architecture is modern and audacious (designed by Graber Pulver Architekten AG) and there is a pretty landscaped garden (Hager … Continue reading MEG – Musée d’Ethnographie de Genève