Fusterie Church

Monument & Heritage Check location

Built in the 18th century and designed by Jean Vennes who was a Huguenot refugee, Fusterie Temple is the first Calvinist church in Geneve. Its original purpose was to provide shelter for French Protestants and Calvinist worshippers.

Fusterie Temple follows the baroque style and its whitewashed gallery can accommodate nearly 1,000 people. Thanks to its outstanding acoustics, the church is nowadays used for concerts.

It also hosts a variety of other events ranging from exhibitions and performances to conferences and special celebrations. Many visitors say that this is one of the most beautiful churches in Switzerland and how listening to a concert in Fusterie Temple is an unforgettable experience.

Contacts & Details

Place de la Fusterie, Geneva, Switzerland 1204