International Museum of the Reformation (IMR)

Characteristics
History: 

The museum was opened in 2005 in the Maison Mallet, built in 1772. The building stands on the site of the former cloisters of St. Pierre Cathedral, the very spot where the people of Geneva voted to adopt the Reformation in 1536.

Inventory: 

The International Museum of the Reformation (IMR) presents the history of the Reformation from its origins to the present, and the influent work of John Calvin in Geneva and abroad.

The Museum organises special exhibitions. The permanent collection shows the most important elements of the spiritual and cultural movement in the history of Protestantism.

The IMR contains unique objects, manuscripts, rare books, engravings, paintings and many other exhibits.

Postal address
Cour Saint-Pierre
rue du Cloître 4
1204
Genève
Switzerland
Contact
Phone number: 
+41 22 310 24 31
Statistics
Review Date: 
01.02.2017