Bear exhibition S-charl
Schweizerischer Nationalpark – Verwaltung
Schloss Planta Wildenberg
Tel. +41 (0) 81 851 41 41
Schweizerischer Nationalpark - Here visitors can take a look at historical scenes, discover how bears live, their biology and the likelihood of their return to the region. The exhibition is ideal for children.
The last bear in Switzerland, shot by Jon Sarott Bischoff and Padruot Fried in 1904, is on show in the history section of the exhibition. A bear trap, to original scale, shows the horrible way in which bears were persecuted.
In another section of the exhibition visitors are shown the type of habitat a bear demands, and the distribution of bear populations in Europe today. The latest information concerning developments in Switzerland and neighbouring lands is periodically updated.
Accompanying texts are available in French, Italian and English.
The Schmelzra museum also serves as a decentralized National Park information centre, with a digital visitor information point, a video facility, and shop.
Close by the museum an open-air exhibit gives visitors the opportunity to put their knowledge of bea
How to get there
The PostBus from Scuol stops outside the museum. www.sbb.ch
Car parking is available in S-charl.
Guided tours of the exhibition, and guided visits to the Mot Madlain mining galleries are available. For information, contact: Scuol Tourismus,
tel. +41 (0)81 861 88 00
Information and reservation
Museum S-charl, tel. +41 (0) 81 864 86 77
Engadin Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair Tourism tel. +41 (0) 81 861 88 00
http://www.engadin.com, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Educational opportunity
OpeninghoursFrom June 9th to October 20st the exhibition is open from 2 to 5pm, except on Saturdays and Mondays.
Arrival by public transportPostautohaltestelle Schmelzra S-charl Timetable SBB
Price informationAdults CHF 5.-, children CHF 3.-, groups of 10 people or more CHF 4.- per person.
A comprehensive Mining Exhibition is situated in the cellar and on the ground floor.
Close by the Schmelzra Museum, visitors will find the Bear trail Senda da l’uors.
Close by the museum an open-air exhibit gives visitors the opportunity to put their knowledge of bears to the test, and learn more.
The offer is suitable for
- Children < 6 years
- Children from 7-12 years
- Children >12 years
The offer has been particularly developed for
- First cycle (Kindergarten and 1st/2nd grade)
- Second cycle (3rd - 6th grade, primary level)
- Third cycle (1st – 3rd grade, lower secondary)
- Upper Secondary School Classes