The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels is also called the Dinosaurs museum. Here you can admire Europe’s largest exhibition on dinosaurs.
Highlight of the museum is the collection of 30 fossilized Iguanodons which were discovered in 1878 in Bernissart, in the South of Belgium. A part of this group is on display behind glass in lifelike posses. In the basement you can also see the Iguanodons in the position they were found and learn more about how they were discovered.
Besisde the Dinosaur Gallery, the museum has also other permanent galleries. These include the fantastic Gallery of Evolution, the Gallery of Humankind, BiodiverCity, Mosasaur Hall and other great exhibitions.
Location: Vautierstraat 29, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
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