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Salzburg has many museums that you can visit when weather conditions motivate you to stay indoors. Probably the most diverse is the "Haus der Natur", covering all aspects of natural history that one can think of!
The exhibits were mostly well thought out in the science part. Lots of the exhibits seemed to be out of action though. The natural history side was a bit dull, lots of stuffed animals. Generally very hectic. Cafe was quite nice.
As others have written before, this is a museum that you've should not be visiting on a hot day-because inside it's even hotter...
The collection is very broad, it ranges from minerals, dinousaurs, geography, snakes, astro-photography etc etc. Some parts of the collection are very...More
Massive museum lots to see and do. Interactive for kids with lots of displays to use. Very well laid out but busy when we went. Might want to get there early. Has a cafe but can take you own grub just outside the old town...More
Please note that this place is massive. There is the main building where exhibitions are held which include dinosaurs, minerals, reptiles, space, Doppler etc. The second building, the science building is interactive for children and adults with energy, physics, Mozart, aerodynamics etc. For lovers of...More
One of the nicest nature scientific Museum, animals agriculture astronomy medicine phisic geology all intresting, for children and adults for everybody something takes long time to See everything it is Worth good time
It was fascinating to discover that most of the former Ursuline nunnery, behind St. Markus Church, forms a major part of this impressive museum. An attractive melding of science and religion.
It contains a marvellous eclectic collection of exhibits and many superb dioramas. In the...More