Genève-Sécheron

Services

Station open 24/7

SBB ticket machine 
Waiting area 
Cycle parking

 

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Disabled persons

Is the station adapted to the type of disability ?Is there a help desk ?
Motor disability
Yes
Helpdesk not available
Visual disability
Yes
Helpdesk not available
Hearing impairment
Yes
Helpdesk not available
Mental Disability
Yes
Helpdesk not available

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Interchange hub

Geneva-Sécheron Station is served by several lines:


Léman Express: Lines L1 to L4 to Geneva, Coppet, Annemasse, Evian-les-Bains, Annecy, and St-Gervais-les-Bains-Le Fayet

The Transports Publics Genevois (TPG) network: Lines 11, 15 and 22

© État de Genève

 

 


 

Activities

28 hectares in the immediate vicinity of Geneva-Sécheron Station. A collection of 9,000 different species from all over the world. A 15-minute tram ride from the station, this exploration of the plant world will introduce young and old alike to a magnificent and sometimes threatened universe.

 

 

©CJBG

Located 10 minutes on foot from the station, the Science Museum houses a collection of scientific instruments from the cabinets of Geneva's scientists from the 17th to the 19th century. Throughout the rooms, you’ll discover the instruments used by the scientists of the time. The museum is housed in the Villa Bartholoni, completed in 1830 on the lakefront.

 

 

@Philippe Wagneur-Muséum Genève

International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum

A true symbol of humanity, this museum has been based in Geneva for over 20 years and is one of the city's greatest attractions. Three spaces host various exhibitions, each with a different theme each year. Defending dignity or rebuilding family ties are topics addressed in the world's oldest humanitarian organisation. Journey: 15 minutes by public transport from the station.

 

©MICR photo Alain Germond

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The history of the Jet d'Eau is anything but ordinary. Following the excess pressure of a hydraulic power plant, a safety valve was installed in 1891 and allowed the excess water to escape: The first water jet in Geneva was created and reached 30 metres. Today it is one of the emblems of Geneva. The journey time from the station is 20 minutes on foot.

 

 

© Genève-Tourisme – Olivier Miche

 

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Did you know ?

Geneva-Sécheron Station was commissioned on 12 December 2004.

 


 


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