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Beach11 wrote a review Mar 2019
Gyomro, Hungary7 contributions1 helpful vote
We visited the Naturmuseum with my 3 yr old hoping that he wouldn’t be too young for the exhibitions. He loved everything and he was so excited to see what lies behind that wall, under those stairs... There are a lot of interactive educational parts in the museum - e.g.this was the first time that he looked into a microscope. Although it is a smaller museum, we spent about an hour there and my son kept going back to try the interactions/look at animals he might have missed. Very good value for money (free entry for under 16s and only CHF5 per adult). There was no parking spaces left in front of the museum, but you can park in the theater’s parking garage or by Manor/Coop. Very much recommended
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Kingsley Flint wrote a review Jul 2018
Cossonay, Switzerland162 contributions151 helpful votes
In the same building as the Art Museum, this is essential if you have kids. Anyway it is delightful and full of surprises. Probably the best Natural History museum we have ever visited, and downstairs there is a geological display and a facsimile of being on board an ancient ship that made me feel a wee bit seasick!! There are fossils, recreations, displays of all animals, birds with their songs, and a hands on playroom for children. Very highly recommended, with the only slight criticism that there are no explanations in English. The very enthusiastic and kindly staff also found this puzzling. For this and the art museum, quite apart from all the other excellent collections and museums, not to mention the very charming old town, Winterthur is a marvellous place to visit.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Rama0 wrote a review Dec 2017
Tel Aviv, Israel10 contributions2 helpful votes
We visited the museum with a 4 years old boy on a snowy day. It’s a rather small museum, but full of interactive activities that were lots of fun and educating for both adults and kids. My son actually wanted to return the next morning. Kids get to experience a variety of aspects ranging from the Swiss wild life to molecules and conservation. Great fun for all the family.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Esra K wrote a review Mar 2017
57 contributions15 helpful votes
We have visited the museum with my three year old and he was very interested in the different attractions, the museum has to offer. 1) The museum has an activity area for young children which includes games, paintings, puzzles, toys .etc. 2) The cafe in the museum offers delicious food if you need a pitstop during your visit. 3) You need to leave your staff in lockers downstairs and you need change to be able to lock it. Remember to bring it :) 4) Museum shop does not have a lot to offer. Postcards were interesting though 5) Museum can be even more attractive for children 6-10 years old, since it reveals lots of scientific and historical information 6) All information is in German , so if you do not speak the local language make sure you have pre-read the content prior or get the translate tools available We have spent almost 3 hours in the museum ( including a long lunch at cafe). So it is an attractive rainy day activity.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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FormerCaliBoy wrote a review Oct 2015
Zurich, Switzerland19,386 contributions1,148 helpful votes
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The NaturMuseum is in a separate wing of the KunstMuseum with a separate entry required. Spread over two levels, there are various educational videos, hands on experiments, rooms/workshops, gift shop, sample animals, fossils and marine life. Also, make sure to check out the lower level area that has the example of a ship at sea full of sound, articles and the room even shifts from side to side. There are a lot of items here for kids to enjoy and learn about animals in their environment..
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Date of experience: October 2015
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