Universiteitsmuseum Groningen, Groningen

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  • It is a small museum that contains objects used in the University of Groningen, including medical equipment and instruments related to studies of biology, physics and psychology, a collection of minerals and fossils, a Mummy and a tiny with a surprise ending that left me cold room (the visit was worth this because he had not seen anything so in my life). Until 29 may (2017) there is a temporary exhibition on the great figures of the Nobel prizes, making special mention of Ben Feringa, Groningen Professor Nobel Prize of chemistry in 2016 (very interesting his biography). It is open Tuesday to Sunday from 13.00 to 17.00 and is free. If you have time to spare I recommend it because it looks fast, is in the heart, is free, and the last room is to freak out.
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  • Always visit I visit a museum! This has interesting exhibits! Well worth a visit!
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  • To that I myself at the Hanseatic high school work and the R. U. G also here on the camps is it is a comfortable, quiet dignity to even have to come look here and then also the museum of the R. U. G
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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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