The Museum of Natural Sciences is planning to put on its own surprise to celebrate the Region’s 30th anniversary…
This Museum is one of the most popular in Brussels. Each year, more than 300,000 visitors make their way around its 10,000m2 of permanent and temporary exhibitions. Galleries dedicated to the Dinosaur (the biggest in Europe), Evolution and Humankind, the Mosasaur Hall, more recently the arrival of Ben the Plateosaurus, and coming soon, the Living Planet: there are lots of past and future projects that have been made possible thanks to the Region’s support.
Something spectacular is going on in the laboratories and behind the scenes at the Institute… Scientists, museologists and all the teams are working all out on a massive surprise… But that’s all we’re going to say about it... A birthday without a surprise just isn’t as much fun! Some clues will be revealed on 1 April and during the Iris Festival, where we look forward to seeing you at our stand! Watch this space!
We look forward to seeing you at the Museum on 7 May for the public opening!
Museum of Natural Sciences