Maybe I've been spoiled by the natural history museums of Vienna and Berlin, but this was nowhere near as good. It's not bad, don't get me wrong , and the dinosaur section was very good . Staff were very friendly and the guy in the...More
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Museum was excellent , very informative with plenty to learn and look at in a range of displays. However, more than half of the electronic displays were not working which was very disappointing. Cafe was overpriced and pretty rubbish but that's to be expected really.
I really enjoyed the visit! Entertaining enough to keep you interested in natural sciences. Hall with dinosaurs is my absolutely fave. You will get to know a lot of new information if you are patient enough to read all captions and bits of description. P.S....More
A really big exhibitios with lot to see. Informative, interesting, also in English, interactive, playful. HUGE DINOSAURS. What else do you need? :)
Here's a great collection that isn't overcrowded by sightseers so you can take your time. The exhibit is also very contemporary with several tech updates for this digital generation. We had a great time in the dinosaur room and went around the exhibits several times.
It is like not nice on outside but once you are inside you are in different place.. worth visit and very good for kids.
We walked round looking for this museum for a good 45 minutes We ended up finding a set of steps with no signpost/entrance sign, with very overgrown and grassy concrete stairs with a homeless man catching a nap across the path too. Once past the...More
If you have children with you to Brussels then the natural history museum is a nice place to stroll and enjoy the children discover the wonders of the world including dinosaurs. It is located just off the European parliament and there is a big dinosaur...More
This is a real gem of a museum if you have any interest in the history of our planet and its wonderful nature. Filled with fascinating exhibits, from massive dinosaur fossils to the smallest insects on the planet, this museum offers a fairly comprehensive overview...More