The Botanical Conservatory and Gardens of Geneva (CJBG) organises visits in the form of meetings with a specialist in a chosen field such as a researcher, horticulturist, botanist, curator or librarian. With them, discover the different facets of the Botanical Gardens and their Conservatory!
Until December, discover the Botanical Conservatory and Gardens through two themed visit options:
At lunchtime, discover the extent of the collections and research projects of the CJBG in the company of one of our enthusiastic experts.
Every Tuesday, from October to November.
Meet at 12.30 p.m. precisely at the main entrance to the CJBG.
Extend your Sunday stroll to take in the Botanical Conservatory and Gardens of the City of Geneva and choose one or other (or both) of the visits organised on the 1st Sunday of the month. Accompanied by a botanist, horticulturist or researcher, discover the multiple facets of your museum.
The 1st Sunday of the month, from October to December.
Meet at 2 p.m. and/or 3.30 p.m. precisely, depending on the visit you have chosen, at the main entrance to the CJBG.
The visits organised for the public are free of charge and take place regardless of the weather. Reservations are required for every visit, at least three days in advance (on 022 418 51 00 or firstname.lastname@example.org @email). Masks must be worn and hands must be disinfected at the beginning of the visit.
Main entrance of the CJBG: Pl. Albert-Thomas (close to public transport networks).
Duration: approx. 60 minutes.
Article modifié le 15.10.2020 à 15:19