The largest natural museum in Germany is very good. I can't see many things.
Senckenberg German Sengenburg Museum of Nature, the largest natural museum in Europe, has a huge exhibition hall, which is almost dog-belt. The degree of fineness of specimens is abhorrent. Stick!
Trochilidae: The exhibition hall is so big that it's almost like a dog's belt. The degree of fineness of specimens is abhorrent. Stick! Very nice!!
In Frankfurt, two adults and a child have a total ticket of 22.5 euros. They have to deposit backpacks on three floors. They have a rich collection, many of which allow touch and interaction. It's very interesting.
It's worth visiting. Museum buildings are very old. Wooden floor, wooden staircase, inside like shuttle in a maze. History museums, typical Gothic towers, old Nikolay churches and brick-and-wood houses, together with the goddess of justice in the square, make up common pictures on postcards.
The famous museum in Frankfurt has many exhibits. If you are interested in history, you can go and see them. The most fascinating thing about the Museum of History is the model of the city that has been in the lobby since the 1930s, with exquisite details.
The Frankfurt Museum of History is a museum in Frankfurt, Germany, on the Mein River. The most fascinating thing about the Museum of History is the model of the city that has been in the lobby since the 1930s, with exquisite details.
The dinosaur skeletons in the exhibition hall of the Frankfurt Kenberg Museum of Natural History, Frankfurt and even Germany's largest Museum of Natural History are the landmark exhibits of the Museum of Natural History.
World's Largest Natural Museum, Treasury of Paleontological Fossils and Specimens of Animals and Plants
Next to the Senckenberg Museum mammal exhibition hall at the Senckenberg Museum is the so-called "Research Platform", where visitors can explore the secrets of tropical rainforests and children's paradise. Children come here with curiosity to observe the distribution of animals at different heights of the rainforest like real scientists. Python snakes, turtles, and Komodo dragons, the survivors of the dinosaur age, continue to evolve. The "Time Machine" in Senckenberg Museum, Senckenberg Museum, a huge time wheel, simulates changes in the Earth's surface through multimedia devices. 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. Computer information service points throughout Senckenberg Museum of Senckenberg can provide enough information for visitors who want to know more about certain topics. Museum cinemas vividly reproduce the natural evolution process with modern technology.