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Biodivercity, permanent gallery at the Natural History Museum in Brussels

Practical Information

Date :
All year long

Category :
Exhibitions and Tours

Theme :
Nature

Interest :
Tourism

Field :
Visits and Tours

Schedules and Prices


Admission prices :
- Full price : 7 €
- Reduced price : 6 €
- From 6 to 17 years : 4.5 €
- Children from 0 to 5 years : Free

Closed on 1 January, 1 May and 25 December

Address :
Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences
29, rue Vautier Vautierstraat 29
1000, Brussels City

BELGIUM

Phone Number :
32 02 627 42 38


Website :
http://www.sciencesnaturelles.be

Mood : For whole families

Additional Information
From 8 years
During school holidays the Museum is open Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 6pm
On 24th December and 31st December the museum closes at 3pm

Description

Flora and fauna in an urban space.

The Natural History Museum in Brussels now houses a new permanent gallery called BiodiverCITY. This urban adventure is accessible to all, from 8 years and upwards.

It's not just the countryside that is populated by animals and plants. Urban areas are also inhabited by a huge number of plant and animal species. In this gallery, you will discover, through films, photos and specimens, the great wealth of urban biodiversity in our cities. Younger visitors can interact with computer simulations to understand how to protect this precious biodiversity.

Divided into seven parts, the exhibition takes examples from the street or beside the railway tracks, as well as in urban gardens or on abandoned industrial areas.
Finally the permanent exhibition ends with a call to be more aware about the environment, suggesting ways we can take up the challenges to protect the world around us. 

Practical Information

Date :
All year long

Category :
Exhibitions and Tours

Theme :
Nature

Interest :
Tourism

Field :
Visits and Tours

Schedules and Prices


Admission prices :
- Full price : 7 €
- Reduced price : 6 €
- From 6 to 17 years : 4.5 €
- Children from 0 to 5 years : Free

Closed on 1 January, 1 May and 25 December

Address :
Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences
29, rue Vautier Vautierstraat 29
1000, Brussels City

BELGIUM

Phone Number :
32 02 627 42 38


Website :
http://www.sciencesnaturelles.be

Mood : For whole families