Sibiu

Natural History Museum

  Str. Cetatii 1      (+4) 0369 10 17 82     more than a year ago
Housed in a lovely neo-renaissance building just inside the Old Town’s walls, with a couple of life-sized dinosaurs in the courtyard, Sibiu’s Natural History Museum was opened in 1895: a good ten years before the more celebrated Grigore Antipa Museum opened in Bucharest. Thoroughly renovated and modernised in 2007, the museum today offers a fascinating look at the evolution of life, as well as the current state of the world’s various ecosystems, from the Arctic (which is particularly well done) to the Australian outback. There are separate exhibitions of minerals and fossils, and everything is well labelled and clearly presented. Well worth a visit.

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Open

Open 10:00 - 18:00. Closed Mon, Tue.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 13 lei, children 3.25 lei. You can also buy a ticket valid for all sections of the Brukenthal Museum (45 lei, children 11.25 lei).

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