Great place to see Milans museo exhibition. Animals made like live, T-rex skeletons and Triceratop replica :). It was great.
Being a nature lover, I had to see this one. I was here with my wife and we liked very much. I was surprised how well they were made scenes from wild life. It's an extraordinary museum for kids, educational, not so interactive but with many types of animals. The museum it's located in a nice area, near planetarium and... More
If you are in Milan and at a loss for what to do, this is definitely a good place to go. Not very interactive but a good display of many types of animals which young and old alike will enjoy. We tool a 2 year old and a 6 year old and there was something there for both of them.... More
As a lover of natural history museums, I had to see this one in Milan. I was pleasantly surprised. The museum is filled with beautiful dioramas. This is not just a "dead zoo", here are the stuffed animals placed in natural poses and into the well-made replicas of natural habitats. You can enjoy the world's landscapes that surround the exposed... More
Back to this place after perhaps 10 years. Still a lovely museum, plenty of good exhibits of animals and climate issues. True, this is not New York City but it's lovely and I appreciate the effort to keep it updated after 175 years or history. With a nice park around and setting makes a perfect stop for a full afternoon.... More
We came here for an afternoon and didn't get round everything so there is something to go back to visit next time. It was a lovely museum and had lots of exhibits and hands on stuff for the kids. They seem to be upgrading the exhibitions, and the newer ones have multi-lingual signs which include English. Older exhibits are only... More
Make no mistake - the Museum of Natural History of Milan is not of the same caliber as one in, say New York City. It has not had dozens of millions invested during the last few years. It is not a state-of-the art temple of the natural sciences. And it is not an attraction that is worthwhile making a detour... More
On a wet and windy Sunday morning in Milan, this proved to be the ideal attraction to beat the weather. For a mere 3 euros the morning was happily spent wandering through its well thought out exhibit layout. Starting with geology and then passing through evolution via dinosaurs and human kind before ending with dioramas of the animals of the... More
I visited this museum alone during the summer when there was free entry, and I honestly wouldn't bother visiting it unless you have children. I am a fan of natural history museums in general, but this one is neither modern enough to have great exhibit design nor old enough to feel historic. On the plus side, it is a large... More
This is a must visiting Milan with kids:) Our kid was extatic about the dinosaur skeletons!! We enjoyed it so much. Must be one of Europe's best Natural history museums.
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