The Dinosaur Museum in Frick has scientifically important finds from the region on display. The original skeleton of a plateosaurus is unique to Switzerland. The exhibits also include a rare fossilized turtle and marine fossils.
Only in a few places in Switzerland can so many well-preserved dinosaur bones be found as in the Fricktal valley. Sensational finds are being made all the time. Just three years ago, a new predatory dinosaur was discovered, which is of utmost importance for science.
The Frick Dinosaur Museum is the only museum in Switzerland to exhibit, among other things, a full skeleton of a plateosaurus – a large herbivore with a long neck and small skull which lived in the area around 200 million years ago. The exhibit also has bones from predatory dinosaurs, marine fossils and turtles. A film recounts the fascinating history of how the Frick dinosaurs were discovered.
The Dino Trail offers the ideal opportunity for those looking for a hands-on experience during their visit. At the end of the education trail are eight attractively designed boards with information on how the dinosaurs lived and became extinct as well as a dig site to find your own fossils.
Buy your ticket from the SBB Shop or SBB Mobile app. You can also buy a ticket from the driver, at all ticket terminals, PostBus sales offices and at the counter of your nearest railway station.
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Travel by Postbus routes 135 and 137 to Frick, Oberdorf, or with route 136 to Frick, Ebnet.
For groups of 10 people or more, a reservation is required by no later than 4 p.m. on the previous day. Tel. +41 58 667 13 60
No bicycle transport fixtures available in/on the vehicle
Wheelchair accessibility is guaranteed in the Postbus
Information available by telephone
Monday to Friday: 8 a.m.–12 noon / 1:15–5:00 p.m.