We're not usually ones to visit museums but we seemed to have hit Bergamo when there was a fortnight of science related events, places open, etc (Bergamo seems to be a centre for science?) We popped in here for a visit one day in our wanderings. Whilst not great fans of stuffed animals, the displays were interesting and the rooms... 更多
A very magic place. At entrance a huge mamute gives you welcome. Our children loves. All kind of animals (birds, snakes, fossils, etc). Take time to see everything. We arrived almost midday and the place close 1pm and after opens 2.30pm. Sure we will be back to complete the journey.
Situated in a small square this museum is lovely for kids. Lots of stuffed animals and skeletons of bigger creatures. Well worth an hour of you and your children's time.
We enjoyed this small museum that had a lot of taxidermied animals. There were also opportunities to touch the specimens. It is a very good place to take children. We saw a very interesting video about the watering system and fountains in Bergamo.
This place is packed with stuffed animals, ordered by type (birds, fish, mammals, etc.) as well as some dinosaur remains. It was cool to see the collection, but a bit more decor would be great (like putting the animals in their natural habitat). There's also not too much info, just the basic stuff (name, location and whether they're endangered or... 更多
I highly recommend the museum. We went with 3 kids (4,6,8) all really enjoyed it. It is bright, airy and very well laid out. The exhibitions are to a very high standard and best of all it's free!!! Don't go to Bergamo with kids without visiting it!
It was raining so we headed for the museum. You can see this sort of thing in many cities so it was not unique apart from the local geological exhibits. But it was in a historic building nice and light with some good exhibits and is worth an hour or so.