© Senckenberg Naturmuseum, Foto: Sven Tränkner
Dauerausstellung © Senckenberg Naturmuseum, Foto: Michael Frank
Ausstellung © Senckenberg Naturmuseum, Foto: Michael Frank
Riesenkalmar Tiefsee © Senckenberg Naturmuseum, Foto: Sven Tränkner
Senckenberg Museum of Natural History is one of the largest museums of its kind in Europe.
More than 10,000 exhibits are on view here, including the greatest number of dinosaurs in Germany, an impressive world of birds and the gallery of mammals. Cross time and space and get up close and personal with many of the original objects. What lifeforms used to exist? How did they evolve? Which fascinating animals and plants do exist today?
The Dinosaur Hall brings the giants of the past to life. The themed rooms “Deep Sea” and “Maritime Research” allow visitors to experience a fascinating universe under water.
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Bistro in Senckenberg Naturmuseum
The Senckenberg Bistro offers light and more substantial refreshments in a relaxed atmosphere. The museum shop not only sells fascinating and informative books but also a large selection of souvenirs and gifts.
+49 (0)69 75 42 0
S: 3, 4-6 (Westbahnhof)
U: 4, 6, 7 (Bockenheimer Warte / Senckenbergmuseum)
Tram: 16 (Bockenheimer Warte)
Bus: 75 (Senckenberg Naturmuseum)
WED 9 am – 8 pm
SAT – SUN 9 am – 6 pm
WC wheelchair accessible
Help for people with visual impairments
Help for people with hearing impairments
suitable for children