Tyrannosaurus rex

The Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin, Germany is a natural history museum that was opened in 1889. It is one of the biggest natural history museums in Germany with a vast collection – even though the public exhibition area is rather small. After entering the building you will find a room with dinosaurs – especially a Brachiosaurus and a Giraffatitan. Since 2015 you can also see Tristan Otto – the only Tyrannosaurus rex on display in Europe.

The exhibition also includes information about our solar system, a collection of minerals, a vast number of dissected animals – including polar bear Knut from the Berlin zoo. The museum includes a cafeteria, a picnic area and room for changing exhibitions; we’ve seen some macaw exhibits there. Even though the exhibition area is rather small, the museum was worth a visit. You can reach it on foot from the main railway station – but on a hot day it is a good idea to take the tramway for one stop.

Museum für Naturkunde
Invalidenstraße 43
10115 Berlin


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