On Friday 24th July, the Natural History Museum will finally reopen to the public after the closure necessary for the health emergency.
Inside the evocative Museum Gallery of the Museum, the new temporary exhibition "Plastic and us" is set up, which represents the theme of plastic pollution at sea, a global problem that affects many aspects of our daily life and many aspects. environmental protection and human health.
In order to encourage visitors in an economically delicate moment, on the occasion of the reopening of the Museum, a single reduced-rate ticket has been designed which offers to visit the permanent exhibitions of the Museum, the temporary exhibition "Plastic and us" and the Aquarium, and which will remain in force until 30 September 2020. Furthermore, during the first week of opening (from 24 to 30 July 2020), admission will be free.
The number of visitors who will be able to access the Museum will be quoted and entry will only be possible by booking online on the Museum website. Visitors receive their preferred time slot and they will be presented at the entrance with the booking (also on smartphones).
For all information visit the official website.