Beijing Museum of Natural History
RMB 30 for Adult and RMB 15 for Students
This Muesum provides visuals illustrating China’s natural wonders through the ages with collections of 200,000 items of pale ontology, Ornithology, mammals and invertebrates
No doubt Beijing is a must see city in China, there is always something to discover, to learn and to see, no matter if your interest is in museums, history or not you will get addicted! Making a fantastic day out in Beijing, then consider visiting Museum of Natural History.
This enormous museum of natural science is the biggest in China which was originally founded in 1952 as the National Central Museum of Natural History. And in 1962 the name was changed to the Beijing Museum of Natural History which contains four major exhibits-Animal, the Friends of Human Beings, the Green Homeland, Pale ontology and the Mystery of Human which provide visuals illustrating Chinas natural wonders through the ages with collections of 200,000 items of pale ontology, Ornithology, mammals and invertebrates.
The museum also a dinosaur world and an aquarium house
Location: No.126, Tianqiao Nandajie (near Temple of Heaven West Gate)
Working Time: 8:30-17:00
Open: 6 days a week (Except Monday).
How to get there
Bus Route: Bus 3, 6,17,20,35,59,102,105,106,110,120,707,803,826 to Tianqiao(天桥)
Subway: Subway line 5 to Tiantan Dongmen (the east gate of Temple of Heaven)