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Naturwissenschaftliches Museum

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A musuem stuffed full of fascinating items

The museum in Flensburg was not on our list of activities whilst we were there, but we had a few... read more

Reviewed 10 October 2016
FionaMcKinna
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Sandefjord Municipality, Norway
Visit BOTH museums on the Museumsberg

There are actually two museum buildings on the Museumsberg (Museum Hill), both of which can be... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2016
PianoManiac
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Singapore
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10 Oct 2016
“A musuem stuffed full of fascinating items”
3 Oct 2016
“Visit BOTH museums on the Museumsberg”
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Museumsberg 1, 24937 Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
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+49 461 852504
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Reviewed 10 October 2016

The museum in Flensburg was not on our list of activities whilst we were there, but we had a few hours to spare and decied to visit and we were glad we did! The ground floor is dedicated to local natural history with so many...More

2  Thank FionaMcKinna
Reviewed 4 October 2016

There are actually two museum buildings on the Museumsberg (Museum Hill), both of which can be visited at the same outing using a combined ticket (which is cheaper than individual tickets). Its a short but steep hike up the hill but well worth it as...More

1  Thank PianoManiac
Reviewed 27 October 2015

Old museum, has the history of Schlesig-Holstein. If you go walk through the old cemetery which is across the street. The graves and the statue of the Danish lion time in well with the museum

1  Thank Ron L
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