The Musee d'Histoire Naturelle in Bordeaux is one of the many natural history museums in France and one of the famous Bordeaux attractions. However, having been opened in 1811, this museum is the one of the oldest of its kind in the country. It is set in a magnificent private mansion that adjoins the Jardin Public in Bordeaux and holds an interesting array of specimens that came from all over the world to make up its zoological collection.
If you are a lover of this kind of display, then you will see that in Bordeaux's Natural History Museum, present-day species of mammals, reptiles, mollusks, birds, crustaceans, fish and insects are featured. Those species that are at the risk of becoming extinct are in the museum as well. Of course, you will also see that local wildlife and paleontology are given great consideration here when it comes to exhibition space. In line with this, you can see an impressive collection of fossils in the museum, which really cements the museum as among the best Bordeaux attractions.
Address: 20 cours Pasteur 33000 Bordeaux, France
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