The Glarnerland Visitor Centre, with its two locations in Glarus (in the Nature Centre, train station building) and Elm (in the old school building, Sandgasse 1, Elm), is an important duo that provides knowledge about the Sardona World Heritage site 365 days a year.
The Visitor Centre in Glaurs serves as a hub between the World Heritage Site, ecology, regional development and tourism. The seven stations of the Elm Visitor Centre provide in-depth insights into the origins of the Glarus Thrust.
Both in Glarus and Elm, technical aids (e.g. iPads) and playful aids (e.g. stones, magnifying glasses and models) help to better understand the unique character of the World Heritage Site.