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This museum is a must go for people interested in scientific collections and study material of the natural sciences of the late 19th and early 20th century. It is enjoyable to experience with what material past scientists had to work with
Housed in an old and somewhat forgotten building, this museum boasts an eclectic collection of artifacts that are very interesting to see. Tragically, it seems they just aren’t interested in giving the place a facelift. All the balconies were roped off, the animal room looked...More
The first part is great with a lot of science tests one can do. Then there is the the other side of the road where there is so much to see but unfortunately there is a time limit with a guide/supervisor. For science lovers there...More
This is an old fashioned museum featuring collections of Jesuit missionaries. It is almost overwhelming with the variety of stuffed animals, birds, shell collections, skeletons and so on. I hope someone can make use of them for DNA. There’s probably a few extinct species there....More
Entrance to the museum was included in our university tickets & we were glad that we went. We bypassed the main exhibits & opted for the “guided tour.” The two rooms for the tour were exquisite: the instruments room (really old!) & the natural history...More
After a bit disappointed visit to the Science Museum in Lisbon, the Science Museum in Coimbra was amazing. The museum is housed in two opposit buildings. One building has an amazing collection of antique research devices. I could spend half a day here. Other halls...More