Tags : Museum
Timings : Monday – Sunday – 10 AM to 5 PM
Entry Fee : Adults – 150 NOK
Seniors – 75 NOK
Students – 75 NOK
Children (under 18) – 75 NOK
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The Natural History Museum in Tøyen, Oslo, is one of Norway's largest and oldest museums. In the Climate House, you can experience a tropical storm while viewing flora and fauna from all over the globe. It displays Ida-fossil, the oldest complete monkey skeleton in the world, and a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton.
The geological exhibition displays 2 million fossils and rock specimens, dazzling minerals, and many other fascinating treasures.
The Botanical Gardens comprise two exhibition greenhouses and 35,000 plants of 7,500 species. The indoor exhibitions themed on zoology, geology, and climate throw light on the diversity of nature. After an informative session at the museums, you can refuel yourselves from cafes nearby selling sandwiches, coffee, ice-creams, and soft drinks and enjoy them on the lawns or in the Garden House. In addition, you can take home souvenirs from the museum store at the end of your visit.
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