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It is huge museum, with a very interesting collection of lots of skeletons and stuffed animals. If they increase a little the entrance fee, they could improve the lightning in some dark areas and maybe some air-conditioning on the top floor.
The museum of natural history in Buenos Aires has a nice collection of animals and dinosaurs. Although it gets very hot during the summer it is very much worth a visit. Entrance fee is 50 pesos pp but after 6 of January 2019 it will...More
The museum was big and fun. A lot of big skeletons and cool foot prints of the dinosaurs. The bottom floor had dinosaurs and prehistoric mammals, along with some modern day birds and ocean creatures. In one room was rocks and minerals and another had...More
There are two floors of exhibits. My favourite are the three rooms of dinosaur bone displays. There is one huge room and two smaller ones. I almost missed the two smaller ones. The exhibits include those on paleontology, geology, amphibians, reptiles, and arthropods. There are...More
This museum was in a rather out of the way spot but well worth a visit. The dinosaur section was really well done and you didn't need to understand Spanish to appreciate it. The mineral section was disappointing - very dark and old-fashioned.
The overall experience was good due to the amazing collection of fossils there is found in Argentina. The rest of the place is not on par with the exhibitions about the dinosaurs though. A lot of it is faded and pale, and has clearly been...More