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Good deals and reductions for young people

From preferential rates for young people to free admission in certain conditions, discover the different measures facilitating access to leisure, cultural and sporting activities in Geneva.

Reduced rates or free admission

The permanent collections of the cultural institutions of the City of Geneva are generally free for all visitors. Admission to collections and exhibitions subject to a fee is generally free for people under 18 and on the first Sunday of every month.

Students and apprentices (upon presentation of proof of eligibility) benefit from reduced rates for admission to most museum collections subject to an admission fee, cultural events, sports installations and films screened in independent cinemas in Geneva.

Some museums, like the MEG or the Natural History Museum, offer preferential rates for 18-25 year-olds.

For more information, please visit the website of the institution in question or ask at the ticket counter if you can benefit from a reduction.

“20 ans/20 francs” card

If you are under 21 and you wish to benefit from a discount on a range of artistic, cultural and sporting activities in Geneva and in neighbouring France, purchase the  “20 ans/20 francs” card. This entitles you to reduced rates on admission fees for certain sporting or cultural facilities.

Advantages for pass holders

People with an annual Unireso pass or a Tribune de Genève pass can benefit from advantages for certain shows, exhibitions, admissions to different cinemas or to attend football and ice-hockey matches.

Anyone with a passeport loisirs or the La Clé gastronomy and cultural guide can obtain a second ticket free of charge in certain museums within the city, in particular the MEG, or for a range of activities in Geneva.

Other good deals

Dietary consultations at reasonable prices

The Haute école de santé in Geneva offers inexpensive (CHF 10) dietary consultations by video conference, available to anyone and organised by nutrition and dietetics students together with the school’s teaching staff. How to change your eating habits? How to deal with all the contradictory information posted online? Weight loss: how to adapt your diet? All these questions can be addressed in order to benefit from helpful nutritional advice. More information: Espace Conseils Nutrition on the Haute Ecole de Santé Genève website

Article modifié le 21.07.2023 à 14:15