The Natural History Museum in Berlin offers visitors an insight into the prehistoric world with a number of dinosaur skeletons and interactive multimedia displays.
There are many superbly reconstructed skeletons, none more impressive than the dinosaur head at the entrance which appears to be looking through the wall. At the heart of the “World of Dinosaurs” exhibition is the world’s biggest dinosaur skeleton, a Giraffatitan Brancai, which stands over 13 meters tall.
The “Evolution in Action” exhibition has over 3,000 mounted species on display, many designed in a way to highlight the evolution process such as how Zebras developed stripes!
For more information, including opening hours, visit the Museum für Naturkunde website.