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Naturhistorisches Museum

Bernastrasse 15
031 350 71 11

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The Museum of Natural History is specialized in depicting animals in their natural habitats: with over 200 lifelike presentations of domestic and exotic birds and mammals, it houses one of the largest diorama collections in Europe. In the wing, the ”Animals as builders” exhibition demonstrates the diversity and originality of the building skills of our animal counterparts. But the public’s favorite remains ”Barry”, the St. Bernard dog who saved over 40 lives on the Great St. Bernhard Pass and died in 1814.

Mon 2 - 5 PM
Tue/Th/Fr 9 AM - 5 PM
Wed 9 AM - 6 PM

Tierspital

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Boogie

Zeitglockenlaube 4

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Tierpark Dälhölzli

Tierparkweg 1

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