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We had a very exciting trip to this great museum. So much to look at and a great variety of animals. We especially liked to see the huge whale skeletons
Small parking place near the museum, but you have to pay to park there
My fiancé and I weren’t really sure what to expect as he hadn’t been here since he was in school (originally being from Kiel whereas I am from the UK). It was actually a very interesting museum and deceptively large inside compared to the outer...More
I enjoyed visiting here before I had to leave for the airport. As I'd attened a marine conference, my friends and I were given free admission, which was great, although I actually felt bad, being as museums need funding. We didn't have long, as I...More
A small but delightful museum. Few pieces, but some very striking to the eye, such as enormous skeletons of long extinct animals.
Inexpensive (I payed two euros, since I were a student), cozy, warm and varied, despite its finite size.
The museum is in a great spot, and once inside, its quite cozy and interesting. I enjoyed how they set up the different areas, my teenage kids went with me and they really enjoyed it-especially the blackroom. The whale skeleton in the middle of the...More
Surprisingly interesting and thorough museum, all for a relatively inexpensive price. I spent a lot more time here than I originally planned and enjoyed myself much more. I imagine it would be great for kids, as well.
The museum is cheap so don't hesitate to go. It is small but very interesting, with many stuffed specimens, although some are old and need refurbishing! The whale skeletons are beautiful but my favorite part was the black room where they have deep-sea creatures in...More
The museum is fairly small and in an architecturally significant building that somehow survived the war. In the main gallery it has a couple of whale skeletons including a blue whale. The exhibits explore the deep German history of naturalists. The explanations are primarily in...More