The Ryusen Museum of Nature is located in the centre of Lucerne, a famous tourist city in Switzerland. The museum looks small, but it's rich in content. The Museum reveals to visitors the secrets of the world of animals and plants from a comprehensive perspective. There are specimens and models of various animals such as butterflies, cockroaches, beetles, wolves and so on. However, they are mostly locals, with fewer foreign tourists and fewer Chinese tourists. If you hold a Swiss pass, it is free to come to the Ryusen Museum of Natural History. It is said that all museums in Switzerland are basically free. Coming here is a deep tour.
Museum is not very famous, here is mainly to see animal specimens and models, parent-child activities or quite appropriate.
Visitors interested in plush animals and reptiles should not miss the Lucerne Museum of Nature.
Geology, flora and fauna are clearly classified, and there are good collections of all kinds of crystals. If you are proficient in German, you can clearly tell what it is. But you don't know German, there are also simple Chinese introductions and interesting exhibitions. There are insect exhibitions on the three floors, periodic changes, free visits by SBB cards, and insect specimens on the three floors can be seen on the card.~