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Great place to visit, rain or shine, since it is mostly indoors. They have butterflies all year round. There is lots to see and do for small children and adults. There is a restaurant to eat at or you can bring your own food. There...More
Great space for kids and adults. A few helpful tips:
1. Parking on site costs 4 chf
2. The main attractions are indoorsi, so don't mind if its rainy
3. The domes are kept quite hot (25 c) and humid (80-90%), so you might want...More
Set in the beautiful countryside. Lots to see! Well organized walking tour to view live animals and extraordinary butterflies! We had a wonderful visit. I can image the use of the outside in warmer months would make the visit even more special. Perfect activity for...More
Papiliorama changed quite a bit during the few last years and I have to say - they have done a great job. Walking through the caves where Bats are flying freely around is quite an experience. It is also pretty awesome to walk through the...More
A great place to spend a rainy day. Three main exhibits:
- butterfly pavillion
- nocturnal animals exhibit
- jungle trek
Butterflies were great. Especially liked the gigantic Atlas Moth.
Highlight was the nocturnal animals exhibit with bats flying freely throughout brushing up against your...More
We visited the place in March 2017. The papiliorama offers several green houses which are connected between each other and display a large collection of plants, animals and insects. It's a great place to visit with kids.
We enjoyed our visit on a rainy day very much! There are many animals to see. The zoo with its different buildings are very well presented. And you can also learn something if you read the descriptions and informations pannels which are written in 3...More