With approximately 6,600 square feet of exhibition space, the Museum of Natural History in Berlin offers visitors since 1889 the approach to work fascinating, amazing and unique, documenting the origin of life and the diversity and beauty of nature. Along with exhibitions that change and offer us the chance to admire works fascinating, amazing and unique about the origin of life and the diversity and beauty of nature, there are permanent exhibitions on topics such as dinosaurs, fossils, incarnation, the Earth system and so much more. The museum has the largest library of works on zoology and paleontology throughout Germany, with the scientific literature dealing with these issues dating back to beyond the fifteenth century. A large cafeteria and a shop round the Museum of Natural Sciences are also there for the visitors. If you are visiting Berlin, we recommend you to take the chance to discover the Museum of Natural Sciences. A day of fun and fascination for all ages is guaranteed.