This oasis in the Bernese Oberland offers a nature-themed experience for the whole family – and feels just like being on holiday!
Admission prices for families
- Family ticket: 1 adult (parent or grandparent) plus children (aged 6-16) CHF 27.00
- Family ticket: 2 adults (parents or grandparents) plus children (aged 6-16) CHF 45.00
The family table in the tropical garden is perfect for a family outing. As well as family-friendly dishes, kid-sized chairs and Lili the Marmot colouring books, the restaurant has a play area within sight of the family table. Plus, the whole area is pram/buggy accessible, and there are baby changing stations close by.Go to restaurant
Our Lili the Marmot audio guide shares information with kids in a fun way so even our youngest visitors can appreciate the fascinating tropical world and learn about sturgeon farming. The interactive exhibition features a variety of stations such as crayon rubbing stations, discovery points, a sturgeon aquarium with petting basin, and the tropical garden complete with various animals. Touching and sniffing positively encouraged!Go to exhibition
Adventures for young and old
With a tropical rainforest, Siberian sturgeon, alpine caviar and an interactive exhibition entitled "How the fish came to the mountain", there's always something new to discover at Tropenhaus Frutigen. Young and old adventurers alike can have fun acquiring a wealth of knowledge about topical issues such as nutrition, the environment and the sustainable use of energy. And if tummies start to rumble, it's time to visit the Tropengarten restaurant where you can enjoy delicious food prepared with our own produce as well as regional specialities with a tropical twist. Whether for a birthday party, a Sunday outing or simply for something a little bit different occasionally, Tropenhaus Frutigen is a destination packed with amazing green wonders to that will appeal to the whole family.
One exhibition – 4 stories
How about a voyage of discovery from the age of the dinosaurs all the way into the future? In our interactive exhibition you'll learn not only how the fish came to the mountain but also plenty of fascinating facts about caviar production and the clever use of natural energy sources. An audio guide covering topics from four different perspectives provides multifaceted insights. And to ensure that our youngest visitors don't miss out either, Lili the Marmot presents child-friendly information in a fun way. The admission price includes entry to the tropical garden.