Museum of Natural History (Museum für Naturkunde)

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The Museum für Naturkunde - Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science is an integrated research museum within the Leibniz Association.
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  2. Invalidenstraße 43, 10115 Berlin, Germany
  3. +493020938591
  5. Working hours*:
    Tuesday - Friday
    9:30 - 18:00
    Saturday - Sunday
    10:00 - 18:00
    Monday - closed
  6. Prices*:
    Adults - 8.00€
    Reduced - 5.00€
  7. * - opening and closing times as well as entrance prices, are subject to alterations without notice. Visitors are advised to check before visiting.
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It is one of the most important research institutions worldwide in the areas of biological and geological evolution and biodiversity.

Discovering and describing life and earth - with people, through dialogue. Thats our mission. As an excellent research museum and innovative communication platform, we want to engage with and influence the scientific and societal discourse about the future of our planet - worldwide. These vision, our strategy and our structure make our Museum an excellent research museum. We have research partners in Berlin, Germany and approximately 60 other countries. Over 800,000 visitors per year, as well as steadily increasing participation in educational and other events show that we have become an innovative communication centre that helps shape the scientific and social dialogue about the future of our earth.

Alongside knowledge transfer, research and our collection are the main pillars of the Museum’s work. The collection is a unique natural and cultural asset and inextricably linked to our research. They comprise over 30 million items covering zoology palaeontology, geology and mineralogy and are of highest scientific and historical importance.

The permanent exhibitions and the regular special exhibitions give the public an insight into current research at the Museum. They highlight original research objects, and visitors are encouraged and inspired to find their own route into research and experience ‘evolution in action’ rather than following a given pathway.

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