The Swiss Woodcarving Museum is the only museum in Switzerland dedicated exclusively to woodcarving.
The Ethnography Museum, one of the most important and diverse collections in Switzerland, displays 60,000 objects, 50,000 photos, 20,000 books and thousands of documents.
Features an attractive presentation on 1,200 square metres of regional and exotic wildlife. Dioramas, games, temporary exhibitions. African wildlife.
Since 1996 the Fishing Museum of the Canton of Glarus has been housed a section of the cantonal fish breeding facility.
Permanent exhibition of Swiss mammals and birds in their natural habitat (birdsong playing through loudspeakers). Vivarium. Giant fossils. High-quality temporary...
The Fishing Museum, external section of the Malcantone Museum, is situated in Caslano (Ticino). The museum, inaugurated in 1993, is in a small house in via Campagna,...
The exhibition is devoted to the thing that has made this valley famous far beyond Switzerland: minerals. Part of this extensive collection belongs to the local...
History and development of agriculture in Switzerland.
Permanent exhibitions: Ancient Egypt, Himalayas (collections from Bhoutan and Tibet), General Charles Daniel de Meuron's 18th century natural history display and the...
This museum that opened in 1981 in Stabio contains historic and ethnographic artefacts from the world of farming. Different rooms are dedicated to exhibitions of...
Explore the culture and the nature surrounding the largest lake in Western Europe. Visit the largest aquariums in French Switzerland and see all the birds that live...
On the trail of an Ice Age researcher, visitors can discover the secrets of the largest glacier in the Alps in a unique exhibition on Bettmerhorn Alp!
The collections in the museum involve all areas of natural science. Local wildlife and animal species from around the world are displayed.
The 400 year old Zumofen house is situated in the heart of the old village. Since the middle ages, the residents have adapted to ever-changing needs. The barn and...