The main focus of the exhibition in the Dragon's Hole Museum are finds from the Dragon's Hole (amongst them cave bear bones from the Paleolithic period) and documents from the excavation period 1917 - 1923. The talented illustrator, Toni Nigg (1908-2000), was present at the excavation and with much care and attention to detail has turned the museum into a little gem. Also ensuring that information about local geology is included.
In the small but interesting town museum there is also a collection of minerals, Roman coins from the 3rd century and old cooper's tools. Since July 2006, the original, accurate model of the historical Walser settlement of St Martin 100 years ago, has been exhibited here.
on request, lasts approx. 80 mins.
CHF 8.- per person, groups of 10 or more, CHF 4.- per person
Children/students CHF 2.- (school groups from St. Gallen free of charge)
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