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Muséum de Rouen, Rouen

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  • A Rouen friend told us how odd the Natural History Museum is. And we enjoyed our visit there. Sure enough, the old exhibits are being modernized, in ways that use humor and conservationist sentiments....  more »
  • A nice place to visit with a lot of spacies of animals - quite impressive for a small museum like this one located in the heart of ROUEN - kids and adults will love it  more »
  • The Museum is free and the collection of stuffed animals is impressive. The kids loved and parents, too. The 1st floor is also friendly with the photos of what I eat families all over the world. There is a lift so super for strollers. There could be pt further explanation to be really perfect. Attention with some tiny windows are fragile and the mals stairs placed.
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  • For British visitors: this is a fantastic preserved and restored museum in the style of Tring Museum
  • Museum consisting of a lot of stuffed animals. Very impressive and informative for children
  • Super expo hungry world
  • This is a very peculiar museum indeed. You actually feel that the museum is a museum in itself, as it is like going back in a "voyage" to the 19th century. It's full of cabinets and the animals date from 200 to 100 years old. They have a cabinet with "animaux monstreuse", something out of a movie. I personally loved it and felt like I went back in time at least 150 years when I was there. Highly recommended for people who lice history and quirky places!
  • A very rich permanent collection. Free entry. Essential.
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