One of the most popular museums in Finland, it has a main museum and two botanical gardens, a collection of animals, plants, fungi, minerals and fossil specimens, and is a window into Finland's nature.
Tickets cost 13 euros, which is still relatively expensive, but the children like it very much. They are basically animal specimens, but the design is good, and the children interact more. This place is suitable for bringing children. The animal design at the door is very cute. The museum is near the Rock Church.
The time to play in Helsinki is a bit plentiful. It is the flight back home at night. So after arriving by train early in the morning, I started wandering around the city after breakfast. This natural history museum came by chance. It was passed by when walking to the Rock Church. The map shows that there is a museum here, and the appearance is particularly interesting. There are animals at the door, and there are animals on the balcony on the second floor. Just go in and visit Take a look. And it is highly recommended to visit, especially with children, a very parent-child place, entertaining and learning.
Helsinki: Come home to a runaway museum. The Natural History Museum loves it a lot. Unfortunately, there is not enough time to pass by. This museum is highly recommended. There are ecological environments and animal specimens of all continents and periods, especially simulation scenes of which animals can live in one place. The details are great. It is also the only place in Finland that collects tickets for children.
It is suitable for parents to go with their children. There are family discount tickets and a children’s activity room with a beautiful environment.
The environment is really good.
The Helsinki Museum of Natural History is actually an animal museum. There are a huge collection of specimens across five continents and sea life. The most famous of them are African elephants and giraffe specimens, which are very well preserved and look like living ones. It is very suitable for children to visit and helps them to understand the animals.