This museum is located on a hillside park in the suburbs. It is a mini-version of the park. It can be regarded as a geological exhibition hall. It displays the results of geological exploration in the Alps.
The museum is located by the lake on the outskirts of Bern. The whole museum is in a park. It is not particularly conspicuous, because it is also quite small. The main display is the discovery of the Alps region.
You can have a deep understanding of the origin and history of the Alps here
Diagonally opposite the railway station, there is a Christian church in the Old Town of Bern, built in 1720. It is said to be the most important baroque religious building in Switzerland. The Bern History Museum is a 16th-century neo-Gothic style building with tall bronze sculptures and classical fountains in front of the door. The museum itself is a work of art. There is also the "Bern Museum of Fine Arts", which houses a large number of works by the famous Bern painter Paul Klee; the "Swiss Alps Museum", which showcases skiing knowledge; the "Swiss Post and Telecommunications Museum", which is known as a paradise for stamp collectors; and is among the best in Europe. Berne Museum of Natural History"; "Bern Arms Museum" and so on.
As soon as I arrived in Switzerland, the style of painting changed completely. Amidst the pure and natural scenery of lakes and mountains, Enron
The Swiss Alps Museum, located in the city of Bern, with its four yellow floors, is small and mostly surrounded by the Alps topography and the history and historical events of the Alps, free to visit and not many tourists
It feels very beautiful inside and very diverse.