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Thurweg
Thurweg
Stage 6, Weinfelden–Frauenfeld
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Thurweg
Thurweg
Stage 7, Frauenfeld–Andelfingen
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Stählibuckweg
Stählibuckweg
Route 908, Weinfelden–Frauenfeld
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Thurgauer Rebenweg
Thurgauer Rebenweg
Route 910, Oberneunforn–Frauenfeld
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Studenland-Töss-Römer-Route
Studenland-Töss-Römer-Route
Stage 2, Bülach–Steckborn
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Ostschweizer Wein-Route
Ostschweizer Wein-Route
Stage 1, Schaffhausen–Weinfelden
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Thur-Route
Thur-Route
Stage 1, Andelfingen (Ellikon a.R.)–Bischofszell
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Kartäuser-Fürstenland-Route
Kartäuser-Fürstenland-Route
Stage 1, Stein am Rhein–Wil SG
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Huggenberger-Route
Huggenberger-Route
Route 921, Frauenfeld–Balterswil
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Frauenfeld
Thurgau Museum of Nature

Thurgau Museum of Nature

How about a detour to the capital of the Canton of Thurgau? Decorated with the Swiss Prix Expo and nominated for the European Museum Award, the Thurgau Museum of Nature in Frauenfeld is always worth a visit. Admission is free.
Families in particular get their money's worth in the Thurgau Museum of Nature and children are given the opportunity to explore many things themselves. In true-to-life displays they can discover many local plant and animal species. Fossils bring bygone times to life, whilst a lifelike beaver lodge and living ants are among the highlights of the exhibition. If you want, you can take a musical walking tour of the exhibition with an iPod, listening not only to great songs but also solving tricky puzzles and tasks. Or you can accompany the famous English natural scientist Charles Darwin throughout the exhibition whilst becoming acquainted with the theory of evolution.

In the summer, the museum garden lets you experience nature first-hand with approximately 300 different economic and cultural plants. In addition to ancient types of corn, it showcases vegetable and fruit plants, rare field herbs, important medicinal and seasoning herbs and once indispensable dyeing plants. Both the museum and the garden are unobstructed.
How about a detour to the capital of the Canton of Thurgau? Decorated with the Swiss Prix Expo and nominated for the European Museum Award, the Thurgau Museum of Nature in Frauenfeld is always worth a visit. Admission is free.
Families in particular get their money's worth in the Thurgau Museum of Nature and children are given the opportunity to explore many things themselves. In true-to-life displays they can discover many local plant and animal species. Fossils bring bygone times to life, whilst a lifelike beaver lodge and living ants are among the highlights of the exhibition. If you want, you can take a musical walking tour of the exhibition with an iPod, listening not only to great songs but also solving tricky puzzles and tasks. Or you can accompany the famous English natural scientist Charles Darwin throughout the exhibition whilst becoming acquainted with the theory of evolution.

In the summer, the museum garden lets you experience nature first-hand with approximately 300 different economic and cultural plants. In addition to ancient types of corn, it showcases vegetable and fruit plants, rare field herbs, important medicinal and seasoning herbs and once indispensable dyeing plants. Both the museum and the garden are unobstructed.

Thurgau Museum of Nature

Adresse

Naturmuseum Thurgau
Freie Strasse 24
8510 Frauenfeld
Tel. +41 (0)58 345 74 00
naturmuseum@tg.ch
www.naturmuseum.tg.ch

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Frauenfeld
Frauenfeld
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Hiking in the surroundings

Thurweg
Thurweg
Stage 6, Weinfelden–Frauenfeld
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Thurweg
Thurweg
Stage 7, Frauenfeld–Andelfingen
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Stählibuckweg
Stählibuckweg
Route 908, Weinfelden–Frauenfeld
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Thurgauer Rebenweg
Thurgauer Rebenweg
Route 910, Oberneunforn–Frauenfeld
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Cycling in the surroundings

Studenland-Töss-Römer-Route
Studenland-Töss-Römer-Route
Stage 2, Bülach–Steckborn
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Ostschweizer Wein-Route
Ostschweizer Wein-Route
Stage 1, Schaffhausen–Weinfelden
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Thur-Route
Thur-Route
Stage 1, Andelfingen (Ellikon a.R.)–Bischofszell
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Kartäuser-Fürstenland-Route
Kartäuser-Fürstenland-Route
Stage 1, Stein am Rhein–Wil SG
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Huggenberger-Route
Huggenberger-Route
Route 921, Frauenfeld–Balterswil
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