In 1872, while excavating the cellar, Mr. Torre happened to find this glacier relic of great significance. The Glacier Park was officially opened in 1873, and the excavation of the glacier lasted until 1876. A large number of prehistoric animal fossil specimens were found. In 1980, a roof was built on the remains to avoid weathering and denudation. The exhibition is detailed and exquisite, exquisite and rich. I recommend you to have a look at it.
The park is worth visiting. It's easy to browse by folding the page at the entrance. Museum can well understand the history of the Ice Age, there are Lucerne City Pre-model, simulation, can see the whirlpool cave, according to the time point there are documentary clips.
Glacier Park is next to the dying lion monument. Here is a detailed introduction of glacier geology in Switzerland. It introduces the formation, development and outcome of glaciers step by step from shallow to deep. It is a very good school for geography knowledge and is very suitable for bringing children.
Next to the dying lion sculpture is the Glacier Park, which retains traces of glacial movement. In addition to some glacial remains, there is an indoor exhibition about Lucerne's geographic changes and the surrounding mountains. There is also a tower inside the park, which overlooks the downtown area of Lucerne.
This is the evolution of Lucerne's 20 million-year history. The wonderful geographical changes trace back to human beings in the Ice Age, and are also the epitome of the history of the earth's development. The product of nature is a good textbook. We understand the origin of the world in the most modern way. Natural relics (labeled 1-9) are displayed in caves and stones left over from the glacial period to tell the history of the earth's development. Museum (label 10) provides a comprehensive understanding of the history of the glacier and Lucerne through models, movies and words. _Lucerne's geographic world (labeled 11-13), the diversity of fossils derived from organisms and humans, forming the most important stage of life development_a review of the evolution history of tens of millions of years (labeled 14-15)General Philadelphia's terrain model (labeled 16-17)gallery, interactive terrain model of central Switzerland_Amulin family house (labeled 20-33), typical old Swiss house, The road leading to the watchtower (label 40-43) is divided into three layers. From the tower, you can enjoy the most beautiful view of Lucerne Mirror Labyrinth The station and the old city area are about 15 minutes; buses take 1, 19, 22, 23 to L? Wenplatz from the railway station; self-driving to L? Wenplatz carpark from April 1 to October 31, from 9:00 a.m. to 18:00 a.m. from November 1 to March 31, and from 10:00 to 17:00 a.m. every day: adult 15 Swiss francs, children aged 6-16, elderly, disabled and students 12 Swiss francs. Free guided tours for Swiss ticket holders: The Park provides guided Tours in English, German, French and Italian for 45-60 minutes and 135 Swiss francs. See the official website for more information: www.gletschergarten.ch
Glacier Park is next to the Lion Monument. If you travel with the group, you should not go, because the team has its own car and will not hold Swiss pass. It costs 12.5 Swiss francs to buy tickets. Such a small park seems a little expensive. Swiss pass is free. So, freewalkers can't miss it! In addition to Glacier relics, glacier parks also have mirror maze, Haha mirror, multi-mirror and other entertainments, which are very popular with young and old people. The Swiss Living Hall in Modern Times showcases the Swiss home furnishings and clothes to give a more comprehensive understanding of Swiss life. If you go to the Lion Monument and just look at the monument, the sightseeing is too thin. Glacier Park is a supplement to the content of the sightseeing.