Natural History Museum in Ciężkowice


Natural History Museum Krystyna i Włodzimierz Tomków in Ciężkowice, due to the modern, interesting and interactive form of communicating information on the species of animals and plants inhabiting the Carpathian Foothills region, is eagerly visited by both tourist groups and individuals. In the museum you can find dozens of hunting trophies from the collector's achievements of the founders of this facility – Mr. and Mrs. Tomków, half a thousand insects and about 200 species of birds, mainly: parrots, a good-looking turtle snack, or a unique albino magpie, as well as a magnificent bat cave in the form of a model almost 6 m long. An additional attraction of the museum is a glass floor – an interactive meadow with recreated habitats of reptiles, amphibians and multicolored plants in the form of plastic models, typical of Pogórze. On the first floor of the building there is a conference room where you can see interesting specimens of bison, moose or bear.


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60 min