Let children discover the exhibiton of the ibex house with funny games !
This exhibition centre is dedicated to the ibex, the animal that has come to symbolize Alpine wildlife. Its preservation, morphology, habitat and food throughout the seasons, together with the scientific monitoring are all explained via an attractive museum design, films, games and panels. The York Mallory Centre recounts the mysterious plane crash above the Allemont river in November 1944 that led to the death of the British Air Chief Marshall Sir Trafford Leigh-Mallory, who had been responsible for coordinating air operations during the Normandy landings in 1942.
The museum organizes this event as part of the “Oisans Route des savoir-faire”. This "Route" brings together all the artisans, artists, producers and cultural sites of Oisans that are willing to open the doors of their workshop, farm or museum to share knowledge with the general public. The “Oisans Route des savoir-faire” opens the door to Oisans mountain culture, the richness of its heritage and the many facets of local expertise. Following the winding roads, you will be able to enjoy varied scenery and meet vibrant local characters. Above all, you are sure to appreciate the quality of their work and a taste of their produce!
- Nature and relaxation
- Bad weather alternative
Classification & labels
- 5 people maximum
From 01/07 to 31/08
Opening hours daily between 11 am and 12.30 pm and between 1.30 pm and 5 pm.
- Free of charge