Nature through a child’s eyes

Aosta Valley offers children parks and natural reserves to enjoy the outdoors and indoor places where to learn about plants, the wildlife, appreciating natural beauty and respecting the environment.

 

Astronomic Observatory

Astronomic Observatory

At Saint-Barthélemy, the observatory and the planetarium are interesting destinations for a family day out.  

Introd Wildlife Park

Introd Wildlife Park

From April to November, it is easy to see close up the animals and plants of the alpine environment.

Open air classroom

Open air classroom

In Antey-Saint-André, an outdoor teaching area to get in contact with plants and animals characteristic of wetlands.

Museum of minerals

Museum of minerals

The Saint-Vincent museum, in addition to Valle d’Aosta minerals and crystals and stones from various parts of the world, owns a collection of around 170 fossils.

The Rock gardens

The Rock gardens

At Pollein and Fontainemore, two interesting showcases of the typical aspects of Valle D’Aosta’s geological evolution.

Alpine Wildlife Museum

Alpine Wildlife Museum

In Gressoney-Saint-Jean, the old hunting lodge of the Barons Beck-Peccoz houses the Regional Museum of Alpine wildlife.

 
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Tourist Areas
Tourist Areas

Mont Blanc

Gran Paradiso

Great Saint Bernard

Aosta and surroundings

Matterhorn

Monte Rosa

Central Valley