The collections of the Société d’Histoire Naturelle include more than 300,000 specimens representing many disciplines of the natural sciences (botany, paleontology, mineralogy, geology, entomology, ornithology, conchology, etc.) and a library of
several thousand pounds. The collections come from all over the world with a good proportion of Savoyard specimens, the result of collections by local researchers, members of the Société d’Histoire Naturelle de Savoie, who have written the scientific history of this territory.
The museum is on two floors.
On the ground floor offers two rooms with aquatic animals and minerals.
On the first floor you can enter the zoology and entomology rooms.