Visitor Info

Where, when and how? Here is all the information on your visit

Temporarily closed

PLEASE NOTE: the Natural History Museum ist temporarily closed.

Main building

Staatliches Naturhistorisches Museum
Pockelsstr. 10
38106 Braunschweig

E-Mail info.snhm@3landesmuseen.de
Telephone 0531 1225 - 3000

Adult 6.00 € | reduced 4.00 € | child (6–17 years) 2.00 €

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These two roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) are presented in a landscape South of the Elm hills. Indicated in the background are the Asse and Harz mountains.

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Blackbird (Turdus merula) with an earthworm in the meadow chowcase of the Discovery Hall

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This poison dart frog or poison arrow frog originally inhabits the rain forests of South America. The conspicuous coloration is a warning signal for potential predators that the animal is poisonous. Some conspicuous species use this effect to deceive predators even though they are not poisonous. However, the poison dart frogs live up to their name and are one of the most poisonous animals in the wild. They receive and accumulate their toxins from their food. Therefore, captive species are often not poisonous because the necessary food sources to gather these toxins are unavailable.

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