Hidden among the trees, surrounded by meadows, halfway between Grou and Warten, is the Mineralogical Museum . The large barn of an old farm has been converted into a museum. In the former stable, a maze of corridors has been laid out in which display cases have been given a place. Seats have been made in the old hayloft, a teaching room and regularly changing exhibitions. What is there to see?
Many showcases are filled with minerals with beautiful colors and shapes. Rock crystal, amethyst, pyrite, sulfur, desert roses, you name it. Of course, there are also real gemstones such as diamonds and rubies. And also fluorescent minerals.
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