Geneva is a city with many attractions of interest to the younger set. The following are perhaps the coolest of the cool:

Visiting the Musée International de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge (Red Cross Museum) is like attending an adventure movie, as kids are enraptured by the sweep and drama of this heroic organization, which has always been near the "core of the action."

One of the best natural-history museums of Europe, the Musée d'Histoire Naturelle delights children with its tropical birds, mammals, and exotic reptiles.

Jet d'Eau and the Flower Clock are exciting introductions for children. After viewing both of them, parents can take their kids for a tour by steamer on Lake Geneva.

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