The Natural sciences Museum in Brussels, an obvious and ‘natural’ destination for the young and old alike.
Discover not only dinosaurs but also nature, at the Museum of Natural Sciences in Brussels.
In the new Gallery of Humankind, you’ll learn everything about the evolution of humankind and how our body functions, through fossils and 3D reconstructions.
Also on offer in the Museum is the biggest Dinosaur Gallery in Europe (over 3000m2), where you will find the famous Bernissart Iguanodons: thirty fossilized skeletons that were discovered in a mine 322 meters (over 1056 ft) underground! Why not tremble in front of the impressive T. Rex, watch the death of an Olorotitan, come face to face with a virtual Pachycephalosaurus or listen to the cry of a Parasaurolophus?
Also on offer in the Museum, the Mosasaur Room where you can dive with gigantic sea lizards from the Cretaceous period, the Gallery of Evolution where you can go back in time by studying the 1000+ specimens, and you can also embark on an urban safari in BiodiverCITY, discover 250 years of the history of Natural Sciences through 14 symbolic objects (including the Ishango stick, the Lierre mammoth and the Belgica research boat), be dazzled by the glittering crystals and rocks in the Mineral Room and much, much more !
But that’s not all! On top of the permanent rooms you can visit each year a new temporary exhibition. For the moment, and this until the end of August 2020, you can explore Antarctica as if you were there! Thanks to the magnificent images, filmed by the director of ‘March of the Penguins’, the exhibition Antarctica presents the extraordinary, but fragile, land and marine biodiversity of the white continent.
Admission fees permanent exhibition halls: adults: € 7 – children aged 6 to 17 (accompanied by a paying adult) € 4,5 – Students (BILL / EYCA / Carte J), seniors (65+), disabled visitors: € 6 · Supplement temporary exhibition: + € 2 · Admission fee temporary exhibition: adults: € 9,50 - children aged 4 to 17 (accompanied by a paying adult) € 7 – Students (BILL / EYCA / Carte J), seniors (65+), disabled visitors: € 8,50 ·
Groups : Advance booking is required (02 627 42 52 or email@example.com) for all groups (min. 15 pers): adults: € 6 · children/Young people (2 – 25 years): € 3 · Guided visits (max. 15 pers.): schools: € 35 · adults: € 62 during the week, € 75 in the weekends.
On top of the permanent rooms you can visit a new temporary exhibition every year. Until the 3th of September 2017 in our Poison exhibition, you can discover 100 living and venimous animals and their animal keeper.
Advance booking is required (02 627 42 52
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