Guided tours

In the City | 9 - 13 April

Explore the city center through the prism of Time and watchmaking inventiveness, thanks to our guided tours. You'll never look at the city the same way again. Several departures per day. Open to all.

  • Patek Philippe Museum guided tour

    Inaugurated in November 2001, the Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva houses one of the world's largest and most prestigious watch collections.
    With some 2,500 watches, automatons, precious objects and miniature portraits on enamel, the Patek Philippe Museum offers a fabulous journey through five centuries of Geneva, Swiss and European watchmaking art - as well as a comprehensive panorama of Patek Philippe production since 1839. Not to mention a library of over 8,000 time-related works. 

    Schedule:

    English session:

    • Saturday, April 13: 10:00 am

    French sessions:

    • Wednesday, April 10: 4:00 pm
    • Thursday, April 11: 4:00 pm
    • Friday, April 12: 4:00 pm

    Capacity: 20 participants per tour 

    Languages: English and French

  • Guided tour – Geneva a city marked by watchmaking

    Discover the city of Calvin through the lens of watchmaking. Geneva is famous for its lake, its jet d'eau and its old town, but did you know that every street corner hides a watchmaking anecdote? On a walking tour led by a guide with a wealth of expertise, discover what makes Geneva the world's leading watchmaking capital.  

    Schedule:

    English sessions:

    • Tuesday, April 9: 2:30 pm 
    • Wednesday, April 10: 10:30 am 
    • Thursday, April 11: 10:30 am 
    • Friday, April 12: 10:30 am

    French sessions:

    • Tuesday, April 9: 10:30 am 
    • Wednesday, April 10: 2:30 pm 
    • Thursday, April 11: 2:30 pm 
    • Friday, April 12: 2:30 pm

    Capacity: 15 participants per tour

    Languages: English and French

  • Geneva, the cradle of watchmaking: proposed by Geneva Tourism

    Discover the watchmaking industry that has shaped Geneva over the centuries and earned the city its international reputation. From past to present, explore the different historical eras to learn all about this captivating universe, symbol of refinement and high precision. From the famous Flower Clock to the prestigious Rue du Rhône, you will also discover other secret places and hidden districts. 

    Schedule:

    English session:

    • Saturday, April 13: 10:30 am

    French session:

    • Saturday, April 13: 14:30 pm

    Capacity: 20 participants per tour

    Languages: English and French