Geneva’s schools will close for two weeks. If you’re staying in Geneva during that time, this article is for you. It is filled with fun events and propositions of places to visit. If you prefer Easter-themed fun, there’s plenty in this article.

PS: there’s also always a lot in Parentville’s events calendar.

Geneva Grand Theatre
Wednesday, April 10th, ages 6+

Join a magical tour at the Grand Théâtre de Genève on Wednesday, April 10, 2024, at 10:30 AM. This family-friendly visit, perfect for children over 6, showcases a stunning interior complete with a costume rack and hidden treasures of Place de Neuve. The 75-minute journey costs CHF 15, with a CHF 10 rate for under 12s. Dive into the heart of Geneva’s cultural beauty.


Urban Events Geneva has a game perfect for the Spring break. A treasure hunt filled with puzzles, mysteries, and chocolate! You can choose one adventure in Carouge, and one in the Old Town. Games are adapted for children aged 6 and older. You can check available dates and details here.

Parc Aventure, Onex

Discover Accrobranche: an adventurous journey through the treetops. With ropes, zip lines, and bridges set in a natural forest, it offers a thrilling yet secure way to explore nature from above. Perfect for anyone seeking a fun and unique outdoor experience. There is a separate space for children 3+ – when they can practice while being close to a parent. To find out more and book a ticket check here.

Vevey, March 29th – April 14th

Dive into the 1920s circus vibe at Chaplin’s World park, featuring skill-based games like can throwing and circus arts such as Chinese plates and juggling. Enjoy the Chaplin Circus Show 2023, and indulge in sweet and savory treats like waffles and popcorn at the « Food & Drink Circus » stand, offering delights for all ages. More information here.

Morges, March 29th – May 12th

If you’re looking for a nice family walk location, look no farther. The beautiful tulip festival is back! During school holidays some activities and workshop will take place as part of this festival: floral workshops, digital egg hunt, circus show, sophrology workshop, and more! You can combine the visit with a boat ride from Geneva, or a visit to the castle in Morges. It’s a gorgeous town – absolutely worth the trip. More info here.

Luna Park, Plainpalais
March 23rd – April 14th

If you’re looking for a thrill this is where you can go. Luna Park has installations for small and big childre, and also for adults! There is everything you would expect of a Luna Park! It is open daily from 14h. You can see more info here.

in Aubonne, Vaud

The Arboretum in Aubonne is an enchanting destination for families, offering a serene escape into nature with features that cater to children’s curiosity and energy. Nestled in a picturesque valley, this expansive botanical garden showcases a rich diversity of over 3,000 tree species from around the world. Educational panels along the paths provide fascinating insights into the plant world. Not to mention the special rallye for kids ages 8-14 (details here). Additionally, the open spaces and picnic areas offer perfect spots for family relaxation and play, making the Arboretum a delightful backdrop for a memorable day out with the kids​. More about Arboretum here.

Chateau de Vullierens

One of the best places to observe spring waking up the nature. The castle itself is not open to the public, but its vast, beautiful park is absoltelu worth the trip. The park is filled with fascinating sculptures, beautiful plants, and many cozy corners. For children, there is a special space created in a small forest – the Lizard King’s Kingdom. The opening times and details are available here.