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Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History

#7 of 286 things to do in Bucharest Features Animals
Sos. Kiseleff nr. 1, Bucharest 011341, Romania
+40 21 312 8826
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“Grigore Antipa” National Museum of Natural History is one of the oldest research institutions in the field of biodiversity and public education. It is in the same time one of the well-known and highly appreciated “databases” due to the Museum’s collections, some of them valuable assets of the worldwide thesaurus.
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Sos. Kiseleff nr. 1, Bucharest 011341, Romania
+40 21 312 8826
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Arrived at 9.00 on a Tuesday morning to visit...saw the time to open was 10.00am. Waited until 10.30am and like several other people left without entrance. There was a security guard who kept looking out of the doors at us - didn't once offer help...maybe...More

Thank Deb A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A great selection of animals, sci-fi and history stuff and also the staff is helpful. Is better if you book online, but you can visit it freely without any booking. Try it

Thank brc7ar
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's a place to visit for everyone. You can enjoy a fascinating world. Loved also the temporary exhibition with venomous creatures.

Thank Catalin_2013
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is far the best museum in Bucharest. It is arranged to the best museum standards around the World. your kids for sure will love it. Give it a try if you have a free day in bucharest to spend

Thank Mustaine2011
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We have visited the museum with our two children (7 and 10 years old) and we have been pleased by the number of things seen. The plus: Very nice presentation of each think displayed. Large collection of animals from different areas of the world. Big...More

Thank Bogdan M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This museum houses the first dioramas in the world. They are dated from 1907 and assembled by Grigore Antipa. The basement has an excelent exhibition about Romania's fauna, and there is also a recreation of a cave. The museum is mid-sized so you can visit...More

Thank rasemanju
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Grigore Antipa is on the first place on my list with museums from Bucharest. If you are a nature lover, you should go and take your time to study the exhibits.

Thank homitchiloredana
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The museum is great. A lot of zones with flaura and fauna from Romania.I would highly recommend it. It also easily accessible via public transportation.

Thank Florian N
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The museum was great. It begins with the flaura and fauna in Romania, keeps going with the fauna around the globe, the evolution of species, sceletons, fossils etc It has everything a person expects to see in a museum of natural history and even more....More

Thank Vasiliki M
Reviewed 18 May 2017

So many things to discover in a modern museum. It's the ideal way to have fun with the entire family!

Thank Marilena O
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