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The Natural History Museum includes several museums, the Botanical Garden and the greenhouses. The Zoological Museum shows animals from all over the world, and the Mineralogical-Geological Museum building includes the Paleontological Museum and...more
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Sars' gate 1 | Zoological, Mineral and Geological Museum, Oslo 0562, Norway
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Reviewed 3 days ago

I wanted to go to this museum to see some European dinosaur fossils, but it turns out the big T-Rex skeleton in the first room is actually a cast of fossils found in South Dakota. Oops. Later on in another area, there are some decent...More

Thank Dmarkwind
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile

This museum is under renovation so you’re better of visiting it some time in the future. There are some interesting things (fossils) on display though so if you’re in the neighborhood anyway it might be worth it to drop by.

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Reviewed 21 June 2018

So many cool things to look at here, it's a must-see spot when is Oslo! They also have a great museum shop that sells so many wonderful things.

Thank Odysseus27
Reviewed 20 June 2018

Me and my work colleague wanted to visit this museum when we arrived in Oslo and it didnt let us down, we also visited the viking museum as it has a two from one attraction price! Completely worth it for the whole family or just...More

Thank Luke R
Reviewed 19 June 2018 via mobile

The museum have some interesting exhibits. Especially the «tree of life» is worth a visit. Be aware that the museum might have large crowds of families with toddlers on a rainy day.

Thank Øyvind E
Reviewed 18 June 2018 via mobile

If you really love natural things, come and visit quickly. One of the best place to visit in oslo. Your visit will be incomplete with out this visit.

Thank Kiran Nidhi T
Reviewed 17 May 2018

From the building outside it looks very old and dated but inside it felt very carefully curated. It gave a well organized view into the fauna of Norway organized by geographical location. A slight minus is that not all of the touchscreens seemed to have...More

Thank David K
Reviewed 24 February 2018 via mobile

It's a good little museum of animals native to Oslo, do a lot of animals I've never seen before. Great for children but nothing particularly special. I went because it was near the munch museum and it was free with my Oslo pass

Thank EllieChapman13
Reviewed 8 February 2018

This museum is great for what it is! And it doesn't attempt to be what it's not! It's not the London Natural History museum, or the Houston NHM or the Wien NHM or....you get the idea. But it DOES show (on the first & second...More

Thank Bekah T
Reviewed 17 December 2017

I have been to many Natural History Museums around the world, I was expecting so much more than what I got. I still enjoyed my my time here with the T-Rex, but I was really hoping for more. I hope you get much more out...More

Thank ShanOC
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