During an afternoon, the Swiss Museum of Games welcomes Seniors to share a moment playing classic games.
Games have an important role to play for all ages, especially for the brain. Indeed, board games stimulate memory, concentration and reflection, and promote sociability. Whether for pleasure or to maintain one’s intellectual abilities, every Tuesday, the Museum offers seniors to play chess and Mah-Jong, over a cup of tea or coffee. A guide will be present to supervise the participants and advise them.
Registration required, limited places
For more information and reservations please call 021 977 23 00
Price includes admission to the Museum ans tea/coffee: CHF 6.- / Free for members of the Association of Friends of the Museum
Mah-Jong: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month
This traditional Chinese strategy game is a four-player game. Players must form combinations by drawing or exchanging tiles with different patterns.
Beginners are welcome.
- November 5th and 19th
- December 3rd and 17th
- January 7th and 21st
- February 4th and 18th
- March 3rd and 17th
- April 7th and 21st
- May 5th and 19th
- June 2nd and 16th
Chess: 2nd Tuesday of the month
Chess are an abstract strategy game that can be played at all ages. They help improve memory, concentration and reflection.
Basic knowledge required.
- November 12th
- December 10th
- January 14th
- February 11th
- March 10th
- April 14th
- May 12th
- June 14th