Museum of the Royal Institute of Natural Sciences of Belgium
Domaine(s) : Archeology
Region : Belgique
This museum has an incredible number of species of plants and animals, presented to the visitors in a lot of permanent exhibitions via interactive experiences, such as: - the Dinosaur Gallery, - The paleoLAB, discovery area dedicated to children from 5 years old to older, - Many rooms explaining the evolution and biodiversity, two areas that go together, - Minerals: incredible crystals, meteorites and invaluable lunar rocks, - The History of Natural Science.
Two hours to half a day is a good approach of the museum. Disclaimer : The management team of the destination has the possibility to change the opening days and hours without prior communication.
The interactive website of the museum is particularly well done and offers a sonorous virtual tour.
29 Rue Vautier, 1000 Bruxelles
Train station of Brussels Luxemburg (at 5 minutes just walking to reach the museum) By bus: lines 34 or 80, bus stop 'Museum' (in front of the museum) Subway: Line 1, Maelbeek (at 10 minutes from the museum); line 2, 'Trone' (at 10 minutes from the museum)