This museum is very old. You can see many dinosaur fossils and many animal specimens.
The Senkenberg Museum of Nature displays the life history of the earth in different eras: dinosaurs, elephants and giant whales, the birth of humans, mammals, the development of the earth, the development of birds, minerals, insects, fish, and plants, especially The huge standing dinosaur skeleton will make visitors unforgettable.
The Natural History Museum is the only nature-related architectural museum among more than a dozen museums in Frankfurt. It is also necessary to make an appointment to visit here. The opening hours are relatively late and you can come in the afternoon on holidays. There are more natural fossils.
Trochilidae The exhibition room is too large to walk down and it's almost a dog belt. The precision of the specimen is outrageous. Great! very nice!!
The largest natural museum in Europe Senckenberg German Sengenberg Natural Museum, the exhibition hall is oversized and it takes a dog belt to walk around. The level of detail of the specimens is breathtaking. Great!
The Senckenberg Museum is one of the largest Natural History Museums in Germany and exhibits the recent biodiversity of life and evolution of organisms as well as the change of planet earth over millions of years. New scientific findings in all areas of biology, paleontology and geology are on display.
A must see museum for kids who love dinosaurs
The Natural History Museum is also very important and a very good choice. Senkenberg is also a very important German scholar. Many of the collections here are also found through it and are very valuable.
Next to the Mammals exhibition hall of the Senckenberg museum is the so-called "research platform", where visitors can explore the secrets of the tropical rainforest, and it is also a children's playground. The children came here with curiosity to observe the distribution of animals at different levels of the rain forest like real scientists. Pythons, tortoises, and Komodo dragons, these remnants of the dinosaur era continue their survival and evolution. The "time machine" in the Senckenberg museum exhibition hall-a huge time wheel, simulates the changes on the earth's surface through multimedia equipment. Through it, people can see the past 750 million years ago or the future 250 million years later, in order to review or look forward to the development of the earth. The computer information service points all over the Senckenberg museum can provide visitors who want to learn more about certain topics to get enough information. The museum cinema vividly reproduces the natural evolution process with modern technology.
Preston_Dominguez: Senckenberganlage 25, 60325 Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Goethe House,Old Opera House,Frankfurt Messe,Museumsufer,Main Tower