Designed with kids in mind, the Family Trails are a way to spark curiosity and develop creativity. They encourage active participation and cooperation between kids and grown-ups, as they set out together to discover Geneva’s museums and public art.
Print the PDF below and join in the fun adventures of the Family Trails! Enjoy your walk!
1 District, 4 Museums: a Trail Full of Surprises Around the Right Bank Museums
This booklet becomes a creative game you can play alone or together by filling in the pages with your discoveries as you visit the International Museum of the Red Cross and Red Crescent, the Ariana Museum, the Science History Museum and the Botanical Gardens and Conservatory. It’s full of fun facts and projects for kids and their friends to do at home, and find out more about what they saw in the museums.
Art and Nature In The City. Shifting Shapes!
What is going on in the head of a modern artist? Snaking through the streets, in a zig-zag of artworks, the Shifting Shapes Trail goes from one work of art to another, starting at Promenade de l’Observatoire, then on to Place Sturm and down to Ruelle du Midi and finishes at Place des Florentins.
Designed to spark curiosity and develop creativity, the Family Trails encourage active participation and cooperation between kids and grown-ups. Enjoy your walk!
Article modifié le 24.03.2020 à 14:27