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Welcome to the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin. Comprising over 30 million collection items, an exhibition area of over 7,000 square metres and a Research Department, the Museum für Naturkunde is the largest German natural history museum. On a...more
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Nothing special. Lots of bones and lots of rocks. Lots and lots of school kids when we were there. It's good if you have kids, the are some interactive exhibits. With limited time in Berlin, I would not make a special trip.
Amazing dinosaurs for everybody. Our children of 5 and 7 loved it - and so did we! The size of the dinosaurs skeletons is very impressive and the children loved the multimedia displays. It is our second time there and it worked equally well with...More
This museum features the world's largest dinosaur skeleton by way of a brontosaurus, as well as an impressive skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Those were the main things we came to see, and we weren't disappointed. Otherwise, the museum is reasonably nice with most displays...More
This museum is good fun and well worth a visit. The dinosaurs are great to look at with some of the largest mounted specimens in the world.
What’s quite unique about this museum is the ability to gain insight into the preservation, casting and microscopic...More
A place from where you can learn a lot about natural history. Very impressed by dinosaurs exponats. We definitely needed to take also an audio guide, but unfortunatelly we did not see at first that exists, so maybe it needs more displays on this matter....More
Our visit to the museum was just alright. We really enjoyed the dinosaur exhibit and the exhibition about the rocks and crystals. We felt the museum could have offered more and some areas felt as though they were still "in progress". At the end of...More
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I visited there this past May and in only one room they had AC, the room were thousands of specimens were kept in glass jars preserved in alcohol. It was very warm when we visited but in general I did not think the rooms... More
I visited there this past May and in only one room they had AC, the room were thousands of specimens were kept in glass jars preserved in alcohol. It was very warm when we visited but in general I did not think the rooms were unbearably warm.