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The national museum of natural sciences, containing a large collection of fossils and minerals, plus educational exhibits (mostly in Spanish).
The national museum of natural sciences, containing a large collection of fossils and minerals, plus educational exhibits (mostly in Spanish). Has two parts open to visitors with separate entrances. The ticket is purchased at the main entrance and to visit the other part you need to exit from the main entrance, turn left and follow the building until you reach the second entrance. Your ticket will be checked again there so don't lose it.
Jose Gutierrez Abascal 2
+34 914 11 13
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