Grande Galerie de l'Évolution, Paris
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Попали с друзьями сюда случайно из-за плохой погоды. В итоге остались довольны посещением. Каждый этаж галереи посвящен определенной теме - разнообразию живого мира, влиянию человека на живые организм... read more »Ended up with friends here by accident due to bad weather. As a result, were satisfied with the visit. Each floor of the Gallery is devoted to a specific theme-the diversity of the living world, human influence on living organisms and their evolution, the evolution of life on Earth from cells to humans. Makes you wonder about who we are in this world and where do historyshow original
Pour les petits les moyens et les grands! Un bon moment de découverte sur les animaux, les insectes vivants ou disparus. C'est super! Espace dédiés aux enfants très intéressant et ludique!For the big and small ways. A good moment of discovery on animals, living or dead insects. That's great! Space dedicated to children very interesting and fun!show original
Pas trop de monde le dimanche matin. Activité très variée. Bâtiment bien rénové. Bref, on a adoré et on recommande.Not too crowded on Sunday mornings. Varied activity. Well renovated building. In short, we loved and we recommend.show original
An amazing surprise, and definitely a place to bring young kids, but not only! Outside, the building has been well renovated. Inside, the history of evolution is easily explained, and you can find a lot of animals of both the sea-world and the savannah. The must is the fact that the museum creates a unique environment, where the weather and the light is controlled randomly, so you can experience a thunderstorm as if you were in Africa...
The Grande Galerie de l'Evolution is part of the Natural History Museum of Paris. There are four floors, each with a different theme: 1. The Diversity of Life. Marine Habitats 2. The Diversity of Life. Terrestrial Habitats 3. Man's Role in Evolution 4. The Evolution of Life I found the exhibits on "endangered species/extinct species" and "Dodo's place," to be, for me, the most interesting. If it's extinct, they've got a specimen of it. We thought we'd be in-and-out in no time......we spent 4 1/2 hours there!
Fantastic building & exhibits. Friendly & helpful attendants. Not expensive for what is there.
Child-friendly. Take your kids and enjoy!
Hundreds of stuffed animals are exposed here. It's quite fascinating.
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