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Museum of Natural History

The Museum of Natural History in Berlin is one of the five largest natural history museums in the world.

The highlights of the Planetary Evolution & Life exhibition include: the world's largest dinosaur skeleton – a 13.27 metre high Brachiosaurus brancai; the original Archaeopteryx lithographica remains – the world's most famous fossil; and a 'biodiversity wall' with around 3,000 different species from a range of habitats.

Opening times:

Tuesday-Friday 9.30am-6pm, Saturday, Sunday & public holidays 10am-6pm

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