What games mean here

In Switzerland, games still mean what they used to. A Swiss site says ‘Because games act as great mediators between generations, the Swiss Games Museum is the family museum ‘par excellence’.’

On Sunday I’m going to there to see the last day of the Go exhibition and watch the simul being played. I’m excited. I’ve a few old games back in Australia and I’m especially looking forward to seeing 19th century games as well as interesting chess sets.

A report will follow. You can see the museum website here. Tell me you aren’t jealous.


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