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Naturmuseum Senckenberg, Frankfurt

Commonly just called Senckenberg Museum, it is one of the most famous museums of Frankfurt.

Commonly just called Senckenberg Museum, it is one of the most famous museums of Frankfurt. The Senckenberg has various exhibits on natural history; plants, animals, minerals, and so on; the biggest attraction are the dinosaur skeletons and the collection of preserved animals that were hunted and stuffed in a less enlightened age. Highly recommended for anybody interested in the subject. Also suitable for children, who can touch some of the exhibit (like replicas of Dinosaur skeletons). To get to the museum, take the tram or subway to Bockenheimer Warte, then walk. There are no parking spaces available at the museum.


Hours

Sun

9:00

18:00

Mon

9:00

17:00

Tue

9:00

17:00

Wed

9:00

20:00

Thu

9:00

17:00

Fri

9:00

17:00

Sat

9:00

18:00

About Naturmuseum Senckenberg

 Senckenberganlage 25, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

 +49 69 75420

 www.senckenberg.de

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