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Muséum d'histoire naturelle de Marseille, Marseille
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We ended up buying a ticket for double entry to both museums inside Palais Longchamps. This one wasn't particularly impressive unless you like looking at stuffed animals. It's the kind of place our ki... read more »
petite pluie sur Marseille, un moment propice pour visiter le musée d'histoire Naturelle. Un bâtiment imposant dans un joli parc. Certaines collections d'animaux sont vieillissantes, mais elles sont l... read more »little rain in Marseille, a good time to visit the Museum of natural history. A building in a nice Park. Some collections of animals are aging, but they are there with all their stories. Well Yes! Bullous glass windows distort a bit images, but why always wanting to sweep which exists for so long. Modern and sterile presentations lack poetry. A big bravo for the temporary exhibition "Beasts of war" a different way to visit the history of France during the first world war. Recommend to children and also.. .for parentsshow original
Musée plus petit que je ne l'imaginais pour une ville comme Marseille. De belles pièces néanmoins. Attention aux prix affichés. Il est affiché au tarif plein, 5e pour l'exposition permanente et 8e pou... read more »The Museum is smaller than I imagined for a city like Marseille. Beautiful pieces nonetheless. Attention to prices. It is displayed at full price, 5th for the permanent exhibition and 8th for the permanent exhibition + temporary exhibition, off asked 8th at the counter without making a distinction between temporary or permanent exhibition. On a large group, this can make a difference anyway.show original
I came with my Daughter and we loved the museum. Beautiful and educative. I wonder why there is not much English written to everyone's understanding.
Lovely statue/fountain and museums on site plus a park at the back.
Afefno access for disabled people or for strollers. There is no nameplates down stairs indicating which stairs take according to the expos. Results: we are obliged to carry the stroller down the stairs and the staff replies that it is normal and that it has no problems since we are valid! Make an effort and take into account the constraints of the families from visiting or him to retort stupidly! very disappointedshow original
Qsar KissA Museum of natural history in its own juice (formalin), always interesting to learn and understand the geography and local prehistory. Unfortunately no system of games and experiments for children. the ideal would be to move it to a more modern place to breathe and leave space at the Museum of fine arts, just in front and which are full of treasures not exposed for reasons of space.show original
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