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Museum of Human Living Systems

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JW D wrote a review Nov. 2019
Moscow, Russia48 contributions55 helpful votes
A modern and properly engaging museum over two floors, this is a must-see for resident families, if not a typical tourist stop. The exhibits will keep kids busy for a couple of hours, and then there are optional extras (most paid) - lectures and demos. The staff mostly seem to enjoy the work, and showing kids how things work, and describing how that fits with how we all function. The shop has a good selection, at only a mild premium, the cafe is basic and nowhere to linger, but will fuel you up alright. Occasionally a little busy with school groups but anyway, after multiple happy family visits, recommended! Management might need to do a little maintenance as these have been a busy few years.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Olga Y wrote a review Aug. 2019
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Is a nice interactive museum. Very interesting to know and feel how human bodies work. Museum master-classes and excursions are very interesting. Could recommend to have good time for parents with children.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Iram Amity wrote a review Jun. 2019
Tel Aviv, Israel19 contributions5 helpful votes
Our children from 10 to 3 all enjoyed very much. A great place to pass a day in Moscow for the whole family.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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katarinakatarini wrote a review Apr. 2019
Ljubljana, Slovenia72 contributions26 helpful votes
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The museum was a little difficult to find but once we arrived there we absolutely loved it. My kids are 5 and 9 and they had so much fun! We stayed there more than two hours, the place is big and the equipment is new. Exhibitions are interesting and educational. Entry fee is reasonably priced.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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NO U wrote a review Jan. 2019
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do not eat the displays, they do not taste good the museum should be made uot of candy, not tastless crap
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Date of experience: April 2018
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