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This modern permanent exhibition affords fascinating insights into Switzerland's natural heritage. You can walk through the earth's history on three storeys and encounter Lola the mammoth with her young, but also living animals such as harvest mice. At the 'Grillophone' visitors can listen to the chirping of crickets in a summer meadow and all sorts of things can be studied in the Nature laboratory. Exciting video films, interactive computer installations and an audio guide produced especially for children round off the activities in the Aargau Naturama.
Revisit history by discovering the underground tunnels Meyersche Stollen named after the renowned Swiss builder Johann Rudolf Meyer back in the 18th century. The main purpose for the tunnels was to acquire groundwater. The site is open all year round to visit only in appointment basis.