Museo Civico di Zoologia

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INFO Museo Civico di Zoologia, located in the North Center of Rome is a center for the scientific study of the biodiversity of animals. The zoology museum, opened in 1932, is dedicated to research and education and houses over... ... read more

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    Via Ulisse Aldrovandi, 18
    Rome 00197

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Museo Civico di Zoologia Information

Museo Civico di Zoologia, located in the North Center of Rome is a center for the scientific study of the biodiversity of animals. The zoology museum, opened in 1932, is dedicated to research and education and houses over five million animal specimens. Museo Civico proudly holds specimens of endangered animals like Galapagos tortoises, migratory doves, and the European lynx.

Exhibitions at the Museo Civico di Zoologia feature mammals, coral reef, and animal skeletons housed in the Great Hall. The museum’s Hall of the Whale is dedicated to temporary exhibitions that often feature artwork.

Aside from its role as a research institute, the Museo Civico also hosts cultural events and educational programs. These activities, serving both adults and children, include tours, conferences, lectures, and workshops.

Other features of the Museo Civico di Zoologia include the museum’s published international scientific journal, Aldrovandia, and the museum’s library, dedicated to animal biology.

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