One of the biggest natural history museums in Germany and a
UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Senckenberg Museum of Natural
History in Frankfurt features exhibits of recent biodiversity of
life and evolution of organisms as well as the Earth. A popular
attraction of the museum is the fascinating paleontology exhibit
which features fossils that date back over 50-million years.
Children of all ages will love exploring this fascinating museum
and learning about the evolution of not only world, but also
mammals and other life.
Address: Senckenberganlage 25 Website: www.senckenberg.de Telephone: 069 7542 0 Opening Time: Open daily 9amĀ?5pm; closes 8pm on Wednesdays, and 6pm
on weekends and public holidays. Admission: EUR6 (adults); EUR3 (children). Concessions
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