The Maison Tavel
The Maison Tavel (Tavel house) is the oldest private residence in Geneva. This remarkable example of swiss civil architecture bears the name of the family who owned it from the late 13th to the early 16th century.Since 1986, this historical building has been home to the Musée d’histoire urbaine et de la vie quotidienne (museum of urban history and daily life). The engravings, paintings, maps, models, furniture and miscellaneous objects presented come from Geneva’s public collections and evoke Geneva’s past and its inhabitants from the middle ages through to the 19th centuryMaison TavelRue du Puits-St-Pierre 61204 GenèveT +41(0)22 418 37 00F +41(0)22 418 37 01Open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed on mondaysfree admission to permanent collectionspaid admission to temporary exhibitions CHF 5.- | CHF 3.-free admission up to age 18 and the first sunday of the month
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