Top 7 Best Tourist Places To Visit In Geneva, New York

Jet d’Eau

This landmark is well-known all over the globe and is a must-see when in Geneva. The Jet d’Eau rises up from the middle of the lake to 140m and can be accessed from a small stone jetty

Jardin Anglais and Parc de la Grange

The Promenade du lac runs east from Pont du Mont-Blanc to the Jardin Anglais. It is flanked by Jardin Anglais. Here you’ll find the large flower clock that is almost as iconic of the city’s Jet d’Eau. For easier viewing, the clock is set on a slope and changes according to the colors of the seasonal blooming plants.

Reformation Wall #3

The Reformation Wall, located in the magnificent Parc Des Bastions is a must-see while you’re in Geneva. It depicts an important time in Europe’s history.

Art and History Museum

The Musee d’Art et d’Histoire in Geneva is one of the three largest museums in Switzerland. It combines several regional museums with donations from private collectors to create an exceptional collection. It includes a variety of artifacts from applied and fine arts, archaeology, and weapons.

Ariana Museum #5

This museum, located near the Palais des Nations, is entirely dedicated to ceramics. It houses a collection of over 25,000 pieces from Europe, the Middle East, and Switzerland. These objects show the history of ceramic arts, from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century.

Parc Des Bastions # 6

The park is located right next to Place Neuve and offers peace and tranquility. It is the perfect spot for those who want to unwind after a long day of sightseeing. Parc des Bastions, a leafy spot with expansive lawns and a restaurant, is well-known for its beautiful Reformation Wall.

Mont Saleve

Mont Saleve, which lies at the edge of the city and reaches its highest point at 1379 meters, appears like an impassible wall of rock. You can see Geneva from high up, as well as the Jura Mountains and Mont Blanc in the distance.