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Welcome to Museum für Naturkunde Berlin (Natural History Museum 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...more
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I visited the museum with my husband and my son. We really liked it. It is very big and you need 3 -4 hours at least. I bought the tickets online. Ten to fifteen minutes walking from central train station. Take your children to the...More
I really loved this museum, we didn't intend to go there this vacation but I am glad we did. It's really big and they have a lot of interesting things, seeing the Tyrannosaurus was amazing!
And the prize was really cheap, a must do when...More
It's a great place for the kids to experience and learn the history of our world. Big skeleton of dinosaur at the front gate makes my kids so exciting. The collections of stones, rocks and the preservation of the animals are well maintained. Unfortunately, most...More
The Natural History Museum in Berlin is definitely worth a visit for adults and families. They have a wonderful assortment of exhibitions and at the moment, a special one with the largest T-Rex skeleton in the world! Wow! for children they have special areas with...More
We paid around 8€ a ticket and spent over an hour here. Took the time to read as much as could as we weren't too bothered about the audio tour.
The museum itself is very well laid out and sign posted. Thoroughly enjoyed our visit,...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.