Next to the church, the ground part is a polygonal glass building, a service desk. Taking the elevator down to the first and second floors of the underground is the exhibition area, which introduces the story of Mount Matterhong climbers and the local life scene.
What struck me most about visiting this exhibition hall were two of them, which gave a detailed account of the wonderful and tragic story of the first human ascent to Matterhorn Peak in 1865. Because Matterhong is called the Peak of Death, the last unconquered mountain in the Alps, where 500 climbers have lost their lives. The final battle was between the British and Italian climbing teams. The British climbing team won the final battle and reached the summit on July 13, 1865. But when they went down, the rope broke and three people fell dead. One of them, Lord Douglas, was in his 20s when he died and has yet to find a body, which is a source of alarm. The Queen of England has banned all climbing of Matterhorn. However, this ban not only does not stop the pursuit of adventurers, but also makes Matterhong a famous international tourist attraction.
This is a small museum at the entrance of Matterhong Peak, a paradise for mountain climbers. This paper mainly records and introduces the scenes and stories of the first human climbing the Matterhong Peak, and introduces the route of climbing the Matterhong Peak and the matters needing attention, which is impressive.
The Alps Museum is located in Zemart. The overall shape of the Alps Museum is French style, three-storey building with a small area. It mainly shows the evolution of the Alps, the ancient fossils found on the mountains and the amazing experiences of the mountain climbing team.
The history of the Zengger Alps is mainly the formation and change of natural history, especially geology.
It's probably a museum that all mountain climbers will like. I have seen the film "Vertical Limit" before, and I understand that the key plot of the film is based on the real historical events of the first time that human beings climbed the Matterhorn Peak. Although sparrows are small and full of internal organs, the exhibition is very carefully arranged, attractive and not boring. It takes two or three hours to look carefully. The Matterhong Peak model in the middle of the multimedia projection hall will close with the projection and end of each different film. It is impressive to cooperate with the unique sound-photoelectric effect.
There's a Swiss pass, so you don't have to buy one. The museum is furnished with mountaineering equipment of all ages, as well as the history of Mount Matterhong. There is a projection hall showing a memorial film of Mount Matterhong's climbing. I admire these brave people very much.
A good place, not far from the city centre, you can walk, people who like history can turn around more.
Many objects were collected with people climbing the mountain, including ropes that were cut off for the first time in 1865.