Musée d’Histoire Naturelle

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Attracting about a quarter of a million visitors a year, Musée d’Histoire Naturelle in Geneve is without a doubt of the city’s most popular attractions. It is worth mentioning that the entrance to the Natural History Museum is free of charge. With its 60’s architecture and interior design, the museum covers a range of topics including everything from geology, minerals, and the solar system to animals, fossils, and dinosaurs.

On the ground floor, visitors will have an opportunity to see more than 200 local stuffed animals. Don’t miss the extinct dodo bird, as well as the Kind island emu. The top floors of the museum are dedicated to the evolution of man and astronomy and the main attractions here are the stones from the moon, the bronze statue of famous Australopithecus Lucy, and the awesome earthquake simulator.

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Route de Malagnou 1, Geneva, Switzerland 1208