Maison Tavel is Geneva’s oldest house. It was built by the Tavel family in the 12th century and was renovated after a fire in the 14th century. Today the house is a museum that details Geneva’s history.
In addition to historical items such as doors and signs and other daily life memorabilia, there is a 12-room apartment showing everyday life in the 17th century and a giant relief map of Geneva dating from 1850.
6, rue du Puits-St-Pierre, Geneva