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This is a wonderful museum of natural history. Some of the fossils are just stunning, and the leaf cutter ant colony should not be missed. The butterfly collection is beautiful. The exhibits are well maintained, as is the entire building. It was not too busy...More
I love this museum, it is great for a rainy day activity. I visit often and really enjoy the photography special exhibits. They have a huge room dedicated to insects, butterflies, sea shells and crabs which I find really cool. They have a great geology...More
The museum is nice, with live sized statues , award winning photographs and a painted room.
The painted room is amazing that you can see the full images only when u view it at the correct angle, you have to stand at the foot mark.
We (3 parties) visited with 8 children and 6 adults and there was something for everyone. Its big enough but not huge. The exhibition of wildlife photographs was a highlight. Nice picnic area.
Can thoroughly recommend!
My husband and I chanced upon this interesting museum on a Saturday morning as we were walking up the hill to the cathedral. Perhaps it had not been open when we had passed previously, but we had no idea it was there and, from the...More
This museum is a great way to spend a family weekend. The exhibition was created in a child-friendly way. The animals look real while the information presented is easy to memorise thanks to fun and learn style. Adults can learn new things just as much...More
have 1 or 2 special exhibits in addition to their permanent exhibits. When I visited had one small but well curated exhibit on the extinction of animals now as well as the past. Had a very large exhibit on mummies from around the world and...More