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Naturmuseum Senckenberg, Frankfurt
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Say hello to Lucy, the replica skeleton of one of humanity's oldest ancestors, at Naturmuseum Senckenberg. Attracting nearly 400,000 visitors each year, this is one of Germany's finest natural history museums. You'll see remains of prehistoric, extinct, and rare animals. Don't miss the fossilized Edmontosaurus, complete with incredibly rare skin imprints. Massive skeletons and lifelike models are spread out throughout the complex. Check the website for special events, temporary exhibitions, and guided tours. Our Frankfurt trip itinerary maker makes visiting Naturmuseum Senckenberg and other Frankfurt attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • We spent three and a half hours to visit the Museum, (including a temporary exhibit of spiders). The Museum is huge, you can find everything, minerals, fossils, dinosaur bones, animal, insects ... If you are in Frankfurt visit it, then for only 8 € worth
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  • In the Museum you can see stuffed animals and birds, which most people don't know. In the fossil children found their Maney, Diego and Sid)) in General, it was interesting.
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  • Very helpful good selection of dinosaur bones. The spider exhibition was really good many tarantulas and scorpions 
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  • Nice museum, good for little kids too. Visited there during summer vacation and used Frankfurt card. Our 1 yo daughter enjoyed the dinosaurs display a lot.
  • Great museum but the only English speaking employee apparently retired. Maybe 5% of the signs show English text. The others do not. So if you don't speak German you can just see stuff with no idea what or why it is.
  • Awesome! you really can enjoy your time there. Do not judge by the small size of museum from outside, you will need many hours to just walk around.
  • Fascinating expositions, my favourite ones the small room with our human ancestors and the anatomical museum Minus: A little bit pricy even for students
  • Very nice historic museum, very big, lots of things to see.