The museum is home to the famous primate fossil “Ida” and has indoor exhibits displaying unique fossils, dinosaurs, minerals, meteorites and taxidermic animals from Norway and around the world. You can also explore the beauty and variation of the plant kingdom at the museum’s large Botanical Garden. The Botanical Garden includes an arboretum hosting a collection of native Norwegian and exotic trees, two greenhouses and thematic gardens.
The Climate House will be a new and exciting arena for communicating research on climate and environmental issues. Children, teenagers and their families will be able to learn more about what climate change means, to get to know the several solutions that exist and to get inspired towards action.