Naturhistorisches Museum (Natural History Museum) in Bern was founded in 1832. Well known for its life sized wildlife dioramas of mammals and birds, the museum has over 200 sets of these taxidermied animals. It also has a vast collection of animal skeletons and bones along with minerals from the Alpine region and meteorites. One of the exhibits is "Barry" a Saint Bernard dog who died in 1814 is a crowd puller. Located in Kirchenfeld, it has various activities for children as well. Naturhistorisches Museum takes you to a different world by itself where you will be mesmerized by everything you see.