Geneva´s absorbing Museum of Natural History

Switzerland's largest natural history museum, the Musée d'Histoire Naturelle is within walking distance of the Lake Geneva shore welcomes 250,000 visitors a year to explore its 8,00 square meters of exhibitions on regional fauna (including replica habitats), minerals/geology, dinosaurs, and a whole floor devoted to the earth and the history of humankind. There are also interactive workshops especially geared to kids. The museum also focuses on future scientific challenges, new technologies, current issues and, of course, environmental protection. And there's a café for light bites and refreshment. An engaging few hours, for sure - and to top it all off, the museum is free of charge!

Read more in Tripatinicontributor Rohny Jones' post 3 Fabulous Places to Visit During a Weekend in Geneva.


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