World Nature Forum
Welcome to our museum – the most fascinating and modern in the Alps!
The world of UNESCO heritage
The Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch UNESCO World Heritage Site represents one of the most beautiful and precious mountain landscapes on our planet. This heritage extends from glaciers to Mediterranean-type landscapes in the south of the country and documents ongoing climate change. The imposing walls of the Bernese high Alps are an impressive testimony to the formation of the Alps. Discover the Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch and find out everything you need to know about the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Alps at the World Nature Forum.
In 2019, the World Nature Forum has received the Sustainability Award at the European Museum of the Year!
“To appreciate the beauty of the Alps is to protect them.”
“Water is the purest treasure of our Alps.”
“Glaciers are just plein cool!”
“What my friends and I love the most is to play in the outdoors.”
“To absorbe nature in its purest form makes me happy.”
“As an ambassador, I engage myself for the generation of tomorrow.”
“Only now have I really understood climate change.”
Play and discover –
WNF is now investing one percent of its revenue in the climate-neutral exhibition experience of its visitors. Your voluntary contribution to this commitment is most welcome.