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Drachenloch Museum Vättis

Drachenlochmuseum Vättis
The exhibition in the Drachenloch Museum focuses on finds from the Drachenloch cave (including Palaeolithic cave bear bones) and documents from the excavation period 1917-1923.


The focus of the exhibition in the Dragon Hole Museum is on the finds from the Dragon Hole (including Paleolithic cave bear bones) and documents from the excavation period 1917 – 1923. The talented draughtsman Toni Nigg (1908 – 2000) was present at the excavations and lovingly designed the museum into a true gem. In doing so, he has also integrated an overview of the local geology. In the small local museum in the old school and town hall, there is also a collection of minerals, Roman coins from the 3rd century AD, the original wooden sculptures from the Walser chapel of St. Martin and tools of the old cooper's trade.


Guided tours on request:

Entrance fees incl. guided tour:

Adults (up to 10 pers.) CHF 8.00, each additional person CHF 4.00

Children/pupils CHF 2.00 School groups from the Canton of St. Gallen have free admission.


Public Transport

By train to Bad Ragaz, change to bus 451 (direction Vättis, Dorf), stop Vättis/ Dorf, on foot it is about 5min to the local museum


Take the A3 to exit 12 Bad Ragaz. From Bad Ragaz continue on Pfäferstrasse in the direction of Pfäfers, from Pfäfers continue on Vättnerstrasse to Vättis Dorf (parking in the village).


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