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Zoologisk Museum, Copenhagen
(4.3/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • In the rooms of the University of Copenhagen Zoological Museum stretches over 2 floors. The exhibition is exciting choreographed and evokes much enthusiasm among the kids. There are dinosaur skeletons and skulls of predator to be touched. The Museum offers themed worlds, where too much light. So no "exhibition" in which you simply goes through, but a real experience.
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  • You can easily get a few good hours to go here. We had children aged 1-9 years. Info text that is attached to various places, many places difficult to see. I was missing a little more in children's height. There is a small cafe-and here made that really good (and expensive) coffee. But all in all, so it's not a place you visit more than once a year
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  • After purchasing tickets on the ground floor it's going up at 5. and 6. floor, where the Museum is. Here is a giant skeleton of a dinosaur and a plate with ball granite from Finland and accompanying explanation. It should probably be at the Geological Museum, then a referrer advertising to this museum was missing. Giant clam from Greenland. There was a packed lunch spots to school classes and a large collection of stuffed animals, which may be folded and touched. A gigantic heart from a whale. Fossil birds from the mother's. On 6. floor was a major exhibition devoted to Darwin's development theory.
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  • We spent about 2 to 3 hours in this very nice museum and it seemed like we saw almost everything there during this period of time. It's definitely not the biggest museum but it offers a good and well arranged selection of exhibits. Therefore it also wasn't exhausting as there was no need to rush through in order to try to come by everything at least. The exhibition is arranged over two floors. In the lower floor almost everything is described in Danish and English. Unfortunately this isn't the case for the upper floor. There some exhibits are only described in Danish, so you may not get that much out of it in case you don't speak the language. Overall it still provides an amazing experience, especially on a rainy day.
  • The zoological museum in copenhagen is offers everything from a dino called misty to a collection of some of the rarest things from the animal kingdom
  • Fantastic museum, very hands on. The kids loved the fact you could touch and feel the exhibits. No cafe but really nice areas to eat your own panic (indoor and outside). Great way to spend 3 - 4 hours on a rainy day in Copenhagen.
  • Nice experience for the kids. Pre historic exhibitions e.g., t-rex skull...
  • The museum is a bit sad and disorganized. There are a few nice pieces. Not crowded. Nice giftshop. 2 to 3 hr visit.