World Nature Forum


From Tuesday to Sunday: from 10am to 5pm
Closed on Mondays  



Adults: CHF 18.–
Apprentices/students/AVS: CHF 15.–
Children from 6 to 15 years old: CHF 9.–
Kinder 0 – 5 Jahre: free
Families: CHF 42.–
Groups from 10 person: CHF 15.–
Membership: CHF 100.–


Free admission for holders Raiffeisen bank card or the Swiss Museum Passport.

The exhibition is presented in four languages: German, French, Italian and English



The World Nature Forum is only a 5-minute walk away from Brig train station. Local bus line 1 leaves from Bahnhofplatz Brig and arrives in one minute at the “Aletsch Campus” bus stop. From there, you can join the World Nature Forum in one minute.

If you arrive by car, you can use the “Aletsch Campus” public car park on Kehrstrasse.  The car park is located in the basement of the exhibition.


We are happy to accompany groups, associations or companies through the exhibition.  A guided tour lasts between one and a half and two hours.  The price of a guided tour is CHF 120 (admission fee not included).



At the end of your visit, do not hesitate to stop at the Jungfrau-Aletsch restaurant, where you can discover the diversity of World Heritage products, prepared and served according to original recipes.



With the exception of the Jungfrau rail car, the entire exhibition and the restaurant are accessible to everyone. We also have an elevator that leads to all the floors of the museum.



At the entrance to the museum we have a wardrobe, as well as lockers and charging stations for mobile phones (a deposit of 1 franc will be required).



In our shop, you will find regional products as well as a wide range of brochures, information material on the Jungfrau-Aletsch site and much more!



You maytake pictures of our exhibition, provided of course that they are taken for non-commercial purposes. Nevertheless, we would like to draw your attention to some conditions:

  • It is strictly forbidden to climb on the showcases and objects in the exhibition
  • Please do not disturb other visitors when taking pictures
  • In case of publication, please respect the image rights of other visitors and staff members.

You will find below more information for professional photographers whose photos go beyond the private sphere.  Feel free to contact us.  We thank you in advance for this.

For the rest, you maypublish your photos on private blogs or other social networks. You can also tag us on Facebook or Instagram.



Dogs are not permitted in our exhibition on the upper floor.