Universiteitsmuseum Groningen, Groningen
(4.1/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • In the Congress that I attended there was a cocktail and a lecture on the inside. The architecture and night lighting makes pink, and its interior must have been reformed with more modern 20TH-century frescoes. Having the opportunity to visit the building, don't waste the chance
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  • The University Museum Groningen is situated somewhat hidden in the city, if the display had been not out there, we probably would be passed. Admission is free, but definitely not in vain! :) In the 1st floor a botanical collection is set up, behind the (until December) a small special exhibition to plaster casts of the 19th and 20th centuries. The exhibition upstairs is interesting in the best sense of the word. It works a bit like an 18th century Cabinet of curiosities (at least I imagine so one): stuffed animals, skeletons of animals, from the education birth defects, technical equipment, some of which I know are a Nobel Prize medal from 1953 and modern robotic technology, distributed under different points of view in old cabinets in the room. There is an anatomical collection of skeletons and wet preparations with malformed embryos in an adjoining room. If you're with children at the Museum, first feel for whether that should see that struck me was a bit on the stomach. Up on the anatomical collection, the Museum is absolutely worth a visit. I give nevertheless no 5 points because the captions are all in Dutch. Yes the visitors in the hand, one could express at least a piece of paper with German or English labels. Or a dictionary Dutch german/English /... the foreign guests ind hand press.. :) Just a look!
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  • We were in Groningen for a meeting, and it happened that we had a get-together in a part of this museum, the Medical History Museum. We were allowed to experience the museum while there, and found it ...  more »
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  • Neat and interesting, but not very big.
  • Thwre is a big stone collection
  • Very interesting museum. Not only for small children. This because they have things in which all children can be experienced as shocking.
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  • Interesting museum. Itself I found especially the working room of Dr. Aletta Jacobs pretty to look at. Well there are above a number of pots with animal and human tissues on strong water. For some of these children can be scary.
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  • Well that experience was not so pleasant. Looked on site for opening hours: Saturday 2 January opened and when special to Groningen, but came at the same time with other people for a closed fence!!! Bad thing!!!
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