National Park Centre


Information about COVID-19:
We care about your health and that of our employees. The following protective measures are therefore important:

► Masks are compulsory here
► keep your distance (1.5 m)
► at entrance/exit: disinfect your hands
► the space, where the information and the shop are located, is limited! If the number of visitors is high, we offer an information desk on the square.
► please pay contactless (credit card)
► you will find disinfectant wipes and thimbles in the exhibition rooms, which are to be thrown into rubbish buckets after use.
► touch screens and hands on are disinfected regularly
► our long opening hours offer a wide range of possibilities for your visit

Despite the protective measures, we wish you an exciting visit!

 
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Virtuelle Tour

 Exhibition  Information   Architecture 

 

2008, the Swiss National Park (SNP) opened its visitor centre in Zernez – probably its most important and substantial project so far.

The centre consists of three buildings that fulfill different functions:

• The venerable Planta-Wildenberg castle, which houses the SNP’s administrative centre.

• In the distinctive, monolithic construction designed by the Grisons architect Valerio Olgiati you will find the visitor centre. Beside an extensive permanent exhibition there are temporary exhibitions, an information desk and a shop. The Zernez Tourist Information is also here.

• In the former castle stable building there is an auditorium with seating for 150 people.