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Easy to get to via Metro. Had a buggy with me which was slightly problematic as not all elevators worked. It’s an average natural history museum. Ground floor exhibit on coral reefs was a little tacky but my kids enjoyed it. Don’t take photos unless...More
Nice excibition but there are only just a few English signs. No one speaks English from the staff and they are rude,not willing to help. So disappointed from the behavior but the exhibition is nice to see.
I found the exhibition a little bit small. Really good Museum for kids, but we are in our twenties didn't enjoyed that much. Museum itself is really old-fashioned. Pictures, texts and taxidermia, not so interactive. The amount of information is huge, but wrapped in dry...More
The permanent exhibition is nice and can be very educational for children. Quite cheap and easy museum to visit for anyone. Temporary exhibition in June 2017 was not worth paying. We did not visit the museum's dino park.. which might be better.. I think it...More
I visited this museum in 2007 and it was pretty much better. I don't know what did they do with the rest of the collection. Nearly half of the museum was closed today and I had to pay extra to see a few dinosaur models...More