Museum of the History of Natural History
Ireland, Dublin (city)

The Museum of the History of Natural History is an integral part of the State Irish Museum and the Zoological Museum, which contains an excellent collection of exhibits telling about life on earth. A special place in the museum is occupied by exhibits from Africa and Asia. In the Irish Hall, located on the ground floor, you can see mammals characteristic of Ireland - such as red deer, squirrel, otter, hare, badger, fox. On the second floor there are exhibits of animals from different parts of the world - monkeys, Indian elephant, zebra, giant otter, dwarf hippos.

Tourist Objects nearby
Dublin Botanical Garden
Dublin Botanical Garden
Irish National Museum of Decorative Arts and History
Irish National Museum of Decorative Arts and History
Guinness beer factory
Guinness beer factory
Irish National Museum of Archeology at Kildare Street
Irish National Museum of Archeology at Kildare Street
St. Patrick's Cathedral
St. Patrick's Cathedral
The Hunger Memorial (Emigrants) in Dublin
The Hunger Memorial (Emigrants) in Dublin
State Concert Hall
State Concert Hall
Related Tour Objects
Car Museum
Car Museum
Museums
Museum of Natural History named after Hassan Bey Zardabi
Museum of Natural History named after Hassan Bey Zardabi
Museums
Fadu Museum
Fadu Museum
Museums
Krulikarnia (Museum of the Sculpture of Xavier Dunikowski)
Krulikarnia (Museum of the Sculpture of Xavier Dunikowski)
Museums
National Turks and Caicos Museum
National Turks and Caicos Museum
Museums
Motomir Vyacheslav Sheyanov
Motomir Vyacheslav Sheyanov
Museums