Next to the dying lion's carving is the glacier park, which retains the trails of glacier movement, and in addition to some glacier remains, an indoor exhibition presents the geographic changes of lucerne and the surrounding mountains. There is also a tower inside the park that goes up to overlook the city of Lucerne
This is the evolution of Lucerne's 20 million years of history. The wonderful geographical changes trace back to the humans during the Ice Age, and it is also a microcosm of the history of the earth's development. The product left over from nature is a good textbook. We use the most modern way to understand the original origin of this world. ◆Natural relics (labeled 1-9) are displayed with caves and stones left over from the ice age, telling the history of the development of the earth. ◆Museum (label 10), through models, movies, text and other forms to let people fully understand the history of the glacier and the history of Lucerne. ◆The geographic world of Lucerne (labeled 11-13). The diversity of fossils has derived organisms and humans, forming the most important stage of life development. ◆Review of the evolutionary history of tens of thousands of years (labeled 14-15) ◆The terrain model of General Philippine and France ( Numbers 16-17) ◆Gallery, interactive terrain model of central Switzerland ◆Houses of the Amulin family (numbers 20-33), typical of old Swiss houses, told on three floors ◆Road to the observation tower (numbers 40-43) ), standing on the tower can enjoy the most beautiful scenery of Lucerne ◆The Mirror Labyrinth "Alhambra" (labeled 44-45), built according to the style of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain, consists of 90 mirrors The composition is like a haha mirror, which makes people never forget Address: Denkmalstrasse 4 Transportation: It takes about 15 minutes on foot from the railway station and the old town; the bus takes 1, 19, 22, 23 from the railway station to L?wenplatz; driving to L? wenplatz carpark opening hours: from April 1st to October 31st, every day from 9:00 to 18:00, January 1st to March 31st, every day from 10:00 to 17:00. Ticket price: Adult 15 Swiss francs, 8 Swiss francs for children 6-16 years old, 12 Swiss francs for the elderly, disabled and students. Free guided tours for Swiss pass holders: The park provides guided Tours in English, German, French and Italian, 45-60 minutes, 135 Swiss francs. For more information, check the official website: www.gletschergarten.ch
When Mr. Toller was digging a wine cellar in 1872, he stumbled upon this significant glacier relic! The Glacier Park was officially opened in 1873, and the glacier excavation continued until 1876. A large number of fossil specimens of prehistoric animals were found. In 1980, a roof was added to the ruins to prevent weathering and erosion. The exhibition is detailed and exquisite, delicate and rich, I recommend everyone to take a look...
Glacier park is located in the north side of the lion monument, show the last ice age twenty thousand years ago left gyrate cave, there is also a living twenty million years ago in subtropical Marine climate fossil seashells and palm leaves, etc. In the park and a museum, a comprehensive introduction to the tourists the history of the ice age. Mining history in 1872, workers in building cellar stumbled upon the glacial traces covered by grass.
The parks that are worth visiting are introduced by the foldouts posted at the door for easy browsing. In the museum, you can learn about the history of the Ice Age. There are models and simulations of the early city of Lucerne, you can see the whirlpool caves, and there are also short documentaries by time.
Lucerne Glacier Park, the traces of glaciers 20,000 years ago, and the vortex formed by the violent water when the glacier melted, which washed the stones into small balls. The power of nature is great, and human beings appear so small in front of nature. .
About 20 million years ago, when the Alpine orogeny did not begin, the Lucerne region was a subtropical coast, with fossils of coconut trees, shells, tropical fish, etc. at that time. Seeing the fossils really feels the vicissitudes of life.