I'm giving this 3 stars just because my daughter loved it so much. I'm not quite sure why, but she did. She's 4. I promised her dinosaurs, which there were none, but she still loved it. There were a lot of stuff animals everywhere and she really liked them. There were footprints on the ground too that she thought were "clues" for something. They led to a stuffed wolf that she thought must be a werewolf at night. Ah, a young imagination. It's only 4.50 to get in and she was free, so I can't complain too much. Don't plan to spend more than an hour here, because there just isn't that much to see. Looked like a really great exhibit on space, but alas, it was only in French and German. The only thing in English was a French flag that we Americans carried to the moon and back and brought them a piece of moonrock that was exhibited with the flag. That's what it takes to get an exhibit in English. Nice. So, in conclusion, good thing to do with a kid to do something for them, since a lot of the other stuff in Luxembourg isn't interesting to a kid, but really not that special for an adult. If you want a great natural history museum, drive the hour and a half to Brussels. Now that place is cool!
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