This is overall a C or C+ natural history museum, but what makes it worth your time is the accidental discovery in a Belgium coal mine in Bernissart in the late 1800s. While working across a clay deposit to another coal seam, miners discovered dinosaur bones.
At a time today when many dinosaur specimens are known only by one example or even one fragmentary example, at this museum are nine nearly complete Iguanodon specimens on display.
Beneath the display on a lower floor is a physical recreation of how they were found in the floor of the coal mine.
This is reason enough to see this museum. Unfortunately the bones are posed on a now, known to be incorrect posture, but still very impressive to see so many excellent examples.
My advice is to go if you want to see the Iguanodons, but if you are not into dinosaurs skip this museum.
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