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“Grigore Antipa” National Museum of Natural History is one of the oldest research institutions in the field of biodiversity and public education. It is in the same time one of the well-known and highly appreciated “databases” due to the Museum’s...more
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Its a time machine, real time machine, kids love it so much. Everything is organized, entrance is easy and there is a staff there helping us to pay at machine and get tickets, clean and neat - we were out of water for the kids...More
Afternoon visit with the family while on Bucharest for holidays. The Antipa museum is a famous science spot for kids and grownups alike, with beautiful dioramas of animals and plants from all over the world - some unique specimens acquired in the 50s and 70s...More
This is the sort of museum I would recommend to families with children. The museum is sadly very linear and the ambiance is a bit dull. The displays are very well made, enacting “realistic” scenarios and manage to tell a “story” and a lesson at...More
Great exhibits, tons of information and it kept even the little one interested. It is in the central part of the city, and after your visit you can walk up the street a bit and get a pretzel stuffed with ham and cheese or a...More
This is one of the best Natural History museum, located in Bucharest. We went there by chance, on the way to Herastrau Park and were amazed by it. You can explore there the animals and fishes from all the world and times. They even recreated...More
There is no need for any identity to be shown for entry, but it is wise as a tourist to carry your passport or ID with you. I don't carry one myself as an expat, but better to be safe than sorry if a visitor.