The Barbier-Mueller Museum in Geneva

The Barbier-Mueller Museum Overview

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The Barbier-Mueller Museum was founded in 1977 and is devoted to the study and preservation of the collection of Josef Mueller. Today the museum is home to more than 7000 artefacts, which includes tribal relics, as well as ancient sculptures and fabrics from other primitive civilizations from across the world.

Many of the artefacts in the museum are considered masterpieces in their own right. The Barbier-Mueller Museum has gained popularity across the world because of its exhibitions, loans to other museums and the publication of various art books.

  • Opening Closing Time 11 am to 5 pm (all days of the week)

  • Entrance Fee CHF 8 (adults), CHF 5 (retired, unemployed, pensioners and groups). Children under 12 years of age can enter free.

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