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Meet the famous Bernissart Iguanodons in the largest Dinosaur Gallery in Europe, learn about the human body and how we evolved in the Gallery of Humankind and go back in time in the Gallery of Evolution. You can also find out about urban species in...more
All reviews stuffed animals dinosaur skeletons human evolution t rex all ages rainy day great for kids kids and adults temporary exhibition interactive displays great collection european parliament on display worth a visit brussels card couple of hours minerals
If yo want the real thing when it comes to Dinosaurs this is the place. It has a fabulous display of real bones and some really interesting copies of others. We spent over an hour in there around the skeletons that were found in a...More
Although parking is difficult in the neighbourhood, it is really worth visiting this refurbished museum : old and young will like it, even if you're not science minded.Everything is very well organised, a pity they have no partnership with the museumpass (entry 6 € is...More
We visited the museum today at 19 November 2019 full if not to see the exhibits. Hard to park and the worst thing is that was no-one o the cashier just a maintain personal and told us museum is ferme means closed so we left
A spectacular museum. There is a large part of it dedicated to dinosaurs. All together I found it very interesting. Better if you do not agree with a school that is visiting, then it is crazy and it does not let you concentrate on what...More
This is a small collection for international standards but a very beautiful one. It had different types of Dinosaurs and one mammoth. The importance they give to an ethical expansion of their collection is admirable. Most stuffed animals died a natural death which is very...More
Very beautiful museum! Knew nothing about this prior but because it was a rainy day I decided to come visit. Laid out in from the dinosaurs and before all the way to modern man and reproduction. If you are familiar with the Bodies exhibit this...More
Children did request themselves to visit this “Jurassic museum”. They were really excited about it and didn’t want to leave. They pay attention to each of the room. Expo about men évolution was what they liked the most.
This is a great place to see history of life from the beginning to the present day.
From original artifacts of creatures from life’s beginning to modern day human brains!
Dinosaurs in plenty, Mammals, humans all split into sections with information boards for you to...More