Made to order: visit MCBA exhibitions with a knowledgeable museum guide
Private tours of MCBA exhibitions can be adapted to the interests and needs of each organizer or type of group. A museum guide accompanies participants as they tour the show and discover its contents, while offering keys to understanding what is on display, ways to interpret it, and multiple opportunities to exchange points of view.
- Max. 25 persons/group
- Around 60 min.
- Admission: 210.- FCH (1-5 p.) / 310.- FCH (6-10 p.) / 410.- FCH (11-15 p.)
- Private guided tours can also be followed by a cocktail, meal, informal discussion, presentations, etc.
- Tours in English, German, Italian, Spanish, Catalan, Russian, Mandarin, upon request
- Accessible to the hearing-impaired thanks to Comfort Audio, the audio induction loop system (by request). The MCBA reception desk is also equipped with an induction loop (for more info click here). Folding chairs are also available for persons prone to tire quickly.
Bookings must be placed at least 14 days prior to the visit.
Online reservations: various options are offered but, if need be, other arrangements can be worked out by email.
To organize a cocktail, a tour in English or other languages, or any other request outside of the guided tour alone, a reservation by email is necessary.
Atlas. A Cartography of Donation: as the exhibition is coming to an end, there are no more availabilities. Private tours can be booked for the upcoming exhibition, starting February 14: Under the Skin. Vienna 1900, from Klimt to Schiele and Kokoschka.
Renting space at MCBA
Cultural events, receptions, special seminars held within the museum – MCBA can offer both a unique audience and outstanding spaces for rental.
MCBA makes available to private individuals, companies, and associations three key museum spaces that offer numerous possibilities for holding an event, combined or not with a private guided tour (see above for details).
This multifunctional venue makes it possible to organize a broad range of cultural events, whether shows, concerts, lectures, talks or seminars, banquets or dinner-shows.
(seating capacity: 260)
The Central Hall
The MCBA’s main reception area welcomes museum visitors to an exceptional setting for spending a convivial moment together. This monumental architectural space features a work of art by the internationally renowned artist Giuseppe Penone, along with a spectacular terrace with a striking view of train tracks and beautiful Lake Geneva beyond.
At the heart of the museum stands the Education Studio, the MCBA studio for the general public. Designed to host the museum’s many cultural outreach activities during opening hours, the Studio is an ideal venue for groups of 5 to 25 people, to hold a seminar or run a workshop.
Possibilities and conditions
A downloadable (pdf) presentation brochure (pdf) is available (in FR)