Location : Genève
How to Reach
Take a Bus 1, 8, 12, 16, 17, 20, and 27 to reach Geneva Natural History Museum.
Geneva Natural History Museum is known to be the largest museum about the natural history in Switzerland. The museum displays the evolution of life on earth through its minerals and geology collections. The museum has a wide collection of Dinosaur skeletons, 193 species of birds, 88 species of mammals, 8 subspecies of tigers along with many species of amphibians, reptiles and spiders. Cries of animals along with the sounds of environmental rustlings convey a stunning sense of realism. The museum is renowned for its size, beauty, opulence, spacious exhibition areas and research activities. Visitors may explore the world of minerals both terrestrial and extraterrestrial with the help of exhibitions of meteorites, precious and semi precious stones and fossils. The temporary exhibitions conducted in the museum on the scientific challenges of future, current and environmental issues are regularly presented to the public.