Reformation Wall

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  • Address: Promenade des Bastions 1, 1204 Geneva, Switzerland
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Historical Site, Statue

The Reformation Wall is homage to Switzerland’s greatest reformers. This lovely wall in stone has several carvings and statues that are worth seeing. The place has great historic importance due to the figures immortalized through it.

The Statues of Guillaume Farel, Jean Calvin, Théodore de Beze and John Knox stand tall in the center of this lovely wall. The country’s most renowned thinkers who have had a huge effect on the way the history of Switzerland was shaped have been honored here. Just a walk down the path is sure to leave you richer in the knowledge of the country’s history.

If you are a history lover, you should most definitely visit this lovely place. The French Sculptors who have brought this monument to life have done a brilliant job in capturing a sense of pride into it.

Walk through the wall that remembers Switzerland’s greatest reformers in Geneva. For your benefit, there are no tickets for Reformation Wall. However, you can always go ahead and buy tickets for Reformation Wall tours to gain a deeper understanding of history that beckons it. Reformation wall tickets are easily available provided you should book in advance. Further, Reformation Wall ticket prices come at best deal possible for your advantage.

As you book tickets for Reformation Wall, you get a chance to view history from a close. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Geneva itinerary 1 day.

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  • Reformation Wall Address: Promenade des Bastions 1, 1204 Geneva, Switzerland
  • Reformation Wall Timing: 24-hrs
  • Reformation Wall Price: Free
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  • 71.92% of people who visit Geneva include Reformation Wall in their plan

  • 28.42% of people start their Reformation Wall visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Reformation Wall

Monday, Thursday and Saturday

79.51% of people prefer walking in order to reach Reformation Wall

People normally club together Place De Neuve and St Peters Cathedral while planning their visit to Reformation Wall.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • It’s huge and historic. But you should go with a plan of at least two hours. The lawns are well kept, fresh air and a huge chess on the floor with human sized cubes. Lovely for kids. You can surly spend more than 2 hours also.

  • Nice historic place to visit. It is in the park next to University of Geneva. Need some time to read all the stories. The International Monument to the Reformation known as the Reformation Wall is a famous monument in Geneva. It honours many of the individuals, events and documents of the Protestant Reformation.

  • Leaning against the ancient walls of the City, the Wall of Reformers - or International Monument of the Reformation - is composed of a stone rampart engraved and decorated with bas-reliefs, in front of which are erected the statues of statesmen, pioneers or Protectors of the Reformation. The central group represents the four great preachers: William Farel, John Calvin, Theodore Beza and John Knox, all four dressed in the "Geneva dress" and holding the little Bible of the people in their hands. The Wall of the Reformation was inaugurated in 1917 to mark the 400 th anniversary of Calvin's birth and the 350 th anniversary of the establishment of the Academy by Calvin; It measures a hundred meters long; The four large figures in the middle have a height of 5 meters ; In total, 10 statues make up the Monument; 2 parallelepipeds engraved with the names of Luther and Zwingli pay homage to the two other great reformers, in Europe and in Switzerland in particular.

  • A must visit if you're interested in history, specially the history of Christianity and story of protestants and Calvinism. It is located in a nice park in the center of University of Geneva. This wall has a big history behind it which I suggest you defread up on Wikipedia as you're standing in front of it to make the feelings more real. Sit by the small water beneath it and think about everything that has happened thanks to the courage of this people.

  • The International Monument to the Reformation, usually known as the Reformation Wall. Built into the old city walls of Geneva, the Reformation Wall overlooks the Parc des Bastions. ... The imposing Reformation Wall stands in the Parc des Bastions, portraying the major figures of the Reformation in the form of huge statues. The monument also includes important events and documents that changed the world as we know it today. Nice park around and can spent or rest there for hours.

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