If a vehicule has not been registered in advance, a fine of 150 € can be levied. Take a look at our FAQS for answers to any questions you may have about visiting the museum. A note to groups of visitors with reduced mobility: taking the lift from the entrance hall to the cloakrooms takes a certain amount of time, so we recommend that you use the external walkway, accompanied by a member of our Security staff*.
Villo!There are several Villo! Students*, European Youth Card (EYCA), Seniors (65+), Children under 18 (accompanied by an adult), Behind the scenes visit (a tour of the archives with our scientists), Additional cost per participant (in addition to entry to the museum). Access to the Museum is only possible during the time slot marked on your ticket, which you choose when booking online.
If you have a “Brussels Card + Hop on Hop off”, your Brussels Card also allows you to ride on the Hop on Hop off buses for free during 24, 48 or 72 hours (check the timetable at www.citysightseeingbrussel.be). Tuesday to Friday: 9:30 am - 5 pm. Women have long played an important but often unacknowledged role in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Cinquantenaire Museum (1.1 km) Avoid close contact with anyone showing symptoms of a respiratory illness such as coughing and sneezing. The Brussels Card opens doors all over Brussels. The collection also contains examples of animals that have been extinct for thousands of years. Please see below for more details. This area also has vending machines for drinks and snacks. It has the largest hall dedicated solely to dinosaurs in Europe containing, among others, fossilized Iguanodon skeletons which were discovered in 1878 in a coal mine in Bernissart, in the south of Belgium. If on the other hand, you are not too keen on natural sciences and natural history, we suggest visiting another of Brussels' top museums. It takes you up to the Gallery of Evolution where Arkhane awaits you until Spring 2021. Therefore we advise you not to buy B-Excursion for those afternoons. Saturday and Sunday: 10 am – 6 pm. Parents can also help children if necessary.
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ATTENTION! For children over the age of 5, we recommend a visit to the paleoLAB, which offers a wide variety of fun activities, as well as lots of objects, particularly fossils and minerals, that can be handled (in fact, this is what this discovery zone was designed for!). In order to respect the quotas, visitors benefiting from the free tariff (see below) are required to take a free ticket via the online sales site. THE SCIENCE MUSEUM IS NOW OPEN WEDS–SUN 10.00–18.00.
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The incline of the wooden floor is designed to limit momentum for wheelchairs. It continues in Living Planet, our brand new gallery that stretches over 2 floors. It is located very near the European Parliament. ALL VISITORS ARE REQUIRED TO BOOK A FREE TICKET IN ADVANCE.
Admission to the permanent exhibition halls and the temporary exhibitions is free on the first Wednesday of every month, after 13:00. Parking Forte Dei Marmi: Avenue du Maelbeek 61, 1040 Etterbeek, Parking Jourdan: Place Jourdan 1, 1040 Etterbeek, Parking Tulipe: Rue de la Tulipe 39a, 1050 Ixelles, Parking des 2 Portes (Porte de Namur): Boulevard de Waterloo 2, 1000 Brussels. In the event that one of the lifts is unavailable, please ask one of the museum attendants to show you which way to go. Admission is free for one accompanying adult with every 15 paying visitors, for teachers with professional ID, and for everyone on the first Wednesday of the month, after 13:00. You will find baby-changing tables in the toilets by the Mineral Hall (Floor -1), in the excavation section of the Dinosaur Gallery (Floor -2), and below the main staircase that connects the Dinosaur Gallery and the 250 Years of Natural Sciences Hall (Floor 0). Visitors with reduced mobility are asked to contact our Security service (. To request specific items, send an email at least one day prior to your visit to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our newest opening, Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries is a magnificent new home for the most significant medical collections in the world. You do not need to present your Reader’s Card at reception, but a librarian will come to fetch you. the science museum is now open weds–sun 10.00–18.00. More information on the paleoLAB for individual visitors and for groups. for children under six accompanied by at least one paying adult, for holders of the Museum of Natural Sciences annual pass, for one accompanying person per disabled visitor, for holders of a voucher or one of these cards (to show at the entrance): ICOM, Brussels Card, Press, Attraction & Tourisme, Belspo. The area which is dedicated to the evolution of species features over 600 fossils and 400 animals to show the changes the creatures have suffered to adapt to changes in the climate. About Durban Natural Science Museum.
This route ends in the Dinosaur Gallery and the Mosasaur Hall.
The regulation affects cars, vans ≤ 3.5 tonnes, and buses and coaches, whether registered in Belgium or abroad. Call us on +32 (0)2 627 42 52 (weekdays from 9:00 to13:00 and from 14:00 to 16:30). Free entry with the Brussels Card. The Museum is accessible to disabled visitors and the purchase of a concession ticket for a disabled visitor includes free admission for one accompanying adult.
For valuables, we recommend you to use the free keyless lockers.
Note for people with reduced mobility and pushchair users: the route – short or long – has several stairs.
Pack light: please don’t bring large bags, scooters or other bulky items (the cloakroom is closed). There are several options: To visit the permanent exhibition halls only: To visit the permanent exhibition halls and the Antarctica exhibition: B-Excursion for individuals and groups in French. Read More. In the event of an incident, please inform one of the Museum attendants. So if you could help us with a donation - no matter the size - we'd greatly appreciate it. Liquid soap is also available in the toilets. Students and over 65s: € 6 (US$ 7.10) Find your way to the Museum by public transport (Belgian Rail, STIB/MIVB, TEC and De Lijn) with the journey planner of the Belgian Rail.
The Cinquantenaire Museum is part of the Royal Museums of Art and History and is located on the north side of the Parc du Cinquantenaire. The museum’s collection includes many of the types of animals which we can find to this day, like bears, lizards, foxes or elephants, all of which are stuffed. Closed: Monday, 1 January, 1 May and 25 December. The nearest, station no. It does not replace the main entrance, where the entrance desks are located, but it does optimise entrance into the Museum. museumfuernaturkunde.berlin Advance booking is required for all groups.
This website is property of Civitatis Tours SL. Groups can eat their own food in the picnic area next to the Dino Café, if they book in advance on +32 (0)2 627 42 52. If you are entering the city in a car or van, check here to find out whether you are allowed to drive your vehicle within the LEZ (Belgian number plate) or register your car (foreign number plate). If you do not meet the conditions, we remind you that there are park-and-ride car parks on the access routes leading into Brussels as well as alternatives to the car. Europe’s largest exhibition on dinosaurs of the Natural Sciences Museum is truly fascinating. Walk Online Through the Museum of Natural Sciences, Thanks to Google. More informationFor more information, please see the following websites: Since January 1st of 2018, the Brussels-Capital Region has become a Low Emission Zone (LEZ). The Natural Sciences Museum’s dinosaur exhibition is renowned worldwide. It is located very near the European Parliament.. Donations will help us to continue welcoming visitors and connecting people to nature through inspiring stories and educational activities.
10115 Berlin Tel (030) 889140-8591 Fax (030) 889140-8814 E-Mail email@example.com. DURING OCTOBER HALF TERM (24 OCTOBER – 1 NOVEMBER 2020), WE WILL BE OPEN ALL WEEK, INCLUDING MON AND TUES. On the 24th and 31st of December, the Museum will close at 15.00. Here you will find a wide range of products to eat in or take away.
In order to keep all visitors and members of staff safe, we ask that you respect the following safety measures: Individuals who does not follow these guidelines will not be allowed in the Museum. For either 24, 48, or 72 hours, this card gives you free admission to the permanent exhibitions in over 30 Brussels museums, free travel on STIB public transport, and incredible discounts in designer boutiques, shops, exhibitions, restaurants, and other attractions in the city.