If you have a child who is mesmerised by all vehicles and you’re looking for something to do in Geneva on a Sunday (or Wednesday) – don’t hesitate to take them to the Musée des sapeurs-pompiers.
This museum displays the history of the fire service in Geneva. There are many fire engines and the children can even sit in some of them – this was a definite highlight for our son!
The museum is run by retired firemen and they are very welcoming and happy to talk to you about the displays. There are 3 floors to the museum, with disabled access.
Opening Hours: Wednesdays and Sundays – 10h00 – 12h00 and 13h30 – 16h00.
Bus/Tram stop: Palladium
Car Park: Parking David-Dufor
Toilets: First floor
Accessibility: Wheelchair and Pushchair friendly.