Rosenstein Palace Museum Stuttgart Reviews
Natural History on Display Mar 22, 2009
This natural history museum is housed in a beautiful neo-classical style building constructed in the late 1820's.
It is located near the Wilheim Zoological exhibit, on the opposite end of the Rosenstein Park from the Museum am Lowentor. This is a nice walk through the park which will take you about 15 minutes depending on how much time you take to stop and view the animals.
The biological exhibits features many rare and spectacular specimens. A special hall is dedicated to the evolution of species. Glass cases depict how plants, animals and man co-existed during various periods and climates.
There are also six halls that take you on a journey through the earth's main geographical zones from hot, humid, tropical rain forests to the arid, barren deserts.
We were particularly interested in the insect exhibit and the butterfly showcase.
The price for admission is adults 3 euros, children 1.50 euros and families 6 euro. Note a combo pass for both museums in the park is just 5 euros for adults.
This is a nice museum for families and those who appreciate the beauty of all creatures.
Part of the Natural History Museums and Zoo (Stuttgart, Germany) travel blog
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