Getting to La Grange Park

La Grange Park, the most beautiful rose garden in Geneva

La Grange Park is the largest park in the city. Its spectacular views of the Jura and Lake Geneva, its varied atmospheres and its play areas, including a paddling pool, make it a privileged place for walks.

You can easily get to La Grange park by bus. Discover all the information you need to organize your ride comfortably.

La Grange park, a breathtaking view of the Rade

In the spatial and vegetal continuity of the Eaux-Vives park, dotted with remarkable trees and a magnificent beech forest at the top of the park, the beauty of this park finds its apogee in the superb floral arrangements, including its famous rose garden, which are arranged around the mansion which dominates it.

The Théâtre de l'Orangerie and the Ella Fitzgerald stage offer Genevans a summer program of varied shows.

Nearest stops


  • Genève-Eaux-Vives-Gare/Bloch:    
  • Parc and Plage des Eaux-Vives:  
  • Merle-d'Aubigné:
parc eaux vives

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La Grange park, a green theater

Don't miss the magnificent 12,000 m2 Geneva rose garden, which has more than 200 varieties of roses!

A setting not to be missed during your visit.

A little history

La Grange park is classified as a historical monument. The site testifies to human presence already in the Neolithic period through its two lying menhirs, visible at the top of the park.

In 1945, at the bottom of the park, in the sun and sheltered from the winds, the large rose garden was laid out, which gave rise to the Geneva International New Rose Competition.

The Rose Garden will be completely renovated in 2020-2021 to become a lush rose garden maintained in a natural way without any phytosanitary products.


The Shuttle Boats

You can also cross the lake from one side to the other in a few minutes by taking the "Mouettes Genevoises".

With a hop-the-line ticket, you can go from the Jet d’eau to the Bains des Pâquis and from the Bains des Pâquis to Genève Plage in no time. 

The loading and unloading points of the shuttle boats are as follows: Molard, Eaux-Vives, Pâquis, Perle du Lac and Genève Plage.

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Mouettes genevoises

unireso fares and travel passes

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