Museum Mensch und Natur, Munich

Schloss Nymphenburg , München
Bayern, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 89 17 95 89-0
closed on: open daily
Museum Type: Natural history
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The Museum Mensch und Natur (Man and Nature) in Munich is a natural history museum located in the fascinating Baroque palace of the Schloss Nymphenburg.

Above: the Schloss Nymphenburg in Munich, home to the Museum Mensch und Natur; photo by Digital Cat (CC BY 2.0)

The museum features a permanent exhibition divided into thematic sections dedicated to Geology, Mineralogy, History of life, Zoology, Paleontology, Human brain, evolution, and genetics; a special section is dedicated to the history of the famous “Bruno” wild bear.
The exhibition, particularly suited for children and families, is composed of reconstructions, specimens, dioramas, images, videos, and interactive exhibits.

The museum organizes special exhibitions and educational activities for schools and kids.
The museum includes a shop and a cafeteria.
The Museum of Man and Nature is fully accessible to people with disabilities.

Photos: 1 and 2 by LepoRello; 3 by Tiia Monto

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