This museum aims is to promote a greater awareness of the diversity of the natural world. It also has interesting permanent exhibits, such as the one devoted to the history of the earth and life, in which spectacular specimens can be viewed, such as the replica of a Diplodocus and lots more.
Hours: Tue -Fri: 10.00 a 18.00 Sat: 10.00 a 20.00 h. July and August, Sat de 10.00 - 15.00 Sun and Holidays: 10.00 a 14.30
Closed: Monday, 1st and 6th Jan 1st May and 25th December.
Entry fee: General admission: €5. Reduced: €3.00 (unemployed persons and students, with ID, and children 4 to 14 years); €2.10 (groups, minimum 12 people, from 10am-3pm); €1.50 (groups, minimum 12 people, from 3-6pm). Free: retirees, and children under 4 years.
Calle José Gutiérrez Abascal, 2 28006 Madrid Tel. +34 914111328
"They have some very interesting material and there is a large portion dedicated to youngsters." (KB)