Calvin Auditory Overview

Calvin Auditory, formerly the Notre-Dame-la-Neuve Chapel, stands as a beautiful testament to the echoes of the Protestant Reformation in Switzerland. Constructed in the 15th century, this chapel is intricately intertwined with the Reformation's influential figures, including John Calvin, John Knox, and Theodore Beza.

As you explore this historic site, including in your Switzerland package, immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of religious history and architectural splendor, where each stone whispers the tales of a transformative era.


Lying adjacent to the St. Pierre cathedral, the Calvin Auditorium’s Neo-Gothic architecture is a major attraction for designers from around the world. Constructed during the Geneva Reformation, the auditorium soon became a lecture hall. It was within these very walls that Calvin propounded his reformed theology.

Post Geneva’s acceptance of the theology, the auditorium became a sanctum for Protestant refugees from all over the continent. You can still find this chapel conducting sermons in different European languages! Whether or not you’re a fan of architecture, the Calvin Auditory is one of the greatest historical places to see in Geneva!

Location: Place de la Taconnerie 1, 1204 Genève

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