About our society
The Geneva Astronomy Society (acronym SAG which stands for the Société Astronomique de Genève) was founded in 1923 and is an active club for stargazers.
The club is housed not far from Cornavin train station in Geneva. Members meet once a week for activities such as observations, documentaries, presentations and discussions. The SAG subscribes to several astronomy magazines and has an interesting library. It also owns several telescopes and has a small observatory near St. Cergue.
The SAG welcomes all astronomers from beginners to experts to join its club activities.
If you are interested, please contact the SAG at this link.
Société Astronomique de Genève (SAG)
Rue des Terreaux du Temple 6
How to find the clubhouse
Scroll through the interphone list of occupants of the building and find
« Société satronomique de Genève » (there is an error in the spelling!)
Here is the number of our offices:
022 738 33 22 (or +41 22 738 33 22 from abroad)
You can call this duty number but note it is only active when there is a SAG event
078 641 45 46 (+41 78 641 45 46 from abroad)
At other times, it is recommended you contact the SAG by e-mail.
Voicemail is never checked.
Where to find our members
See the programme of activities here
Observation site at the Signal de Bernex
Here is a link showing how to get to the site
The SAG can also be found on :