Oldenburg Travel Tip:
State Museum for Nature and Humankind
State Museum for Nature and Humankind in Oldenburg
The exhibitions at Oldenburg's oldest museum illustrate the interdependence between man and nature. The origins of the museum date back to the year 1835, when Grand Duke Paul Friedrich August acquired a collection of insects and birds. Ethnological objects and archaeological finds were added subsequently. The focus here is on the natural and cultural history of northwest Germany. The permanent exhibition presents the local moorland and sandy heathland, coastline and marshland, and the River Hunte, which links them all together. The characteristics of the region are highlighted, along with the diversity of the countryside as a habitat for flora and fauna and the chronological order of the historical objects.
Hours: Tuesday - Friday 9am - 5pm. Saturday & Sunday 10am - 5pm.
Admission: Adults 4 €, Concessions 2 €.
Address: Damm 38 – 44, 26135 Oldenburg
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