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Tucked away behind a fairly nondescript entrance, this is a brilliant and expansive museum, with very friendly and helpful staff, that is well worth a visit. It’s crammed with interesting exhibits, covering a wide range of subjects, and even has a chute to slide down...More
If you want to know all about the earth and its nature, animals as well as want to find out more about the first Luxemburger then this is your museum. It is reasonably interactive with a lot of thing to open and discover albeit most...More
We came to this museum by a mistake, the GPS sent us here. With 3 children aged, 3, 11 and 12 years, we decided to visit it. All our kids had fun. It was very good, and full of stuffed animals, that you don't normally...More
Firstly, I must say that for a small plot, the museum is lovely! This review is on the whole, poor, because of the behaviour of some of the staff members. We went to the natural history museum and I was with friends and my two...More
A lot of taxidermy. Lions coexist with gorillas and coyotes. But they currently have a great cat exhibit, and that made it an enjoyable visit for me. I prefer my cats alive, but it's still a nice temporary exhibit.
Note that we didn't actually enter the museum. Our only experience was with the grumpy man on the front desk who wouldn't let us in without a paper version of the Luxembourg Card (1 day pass). We had been into two other museums using this...More