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Both modern and quirky, this reference exhibition takes a simple, playful approach to the theme of biodiversity and the serious crisis it faces.

Temporary exhibits allow visitors to delve deeper into nature or other environmental themes.


The collections are particularly rich in African fauna thanks especially to the expeditions of Dr. Albert Monard in the early 20th century. The core of the collections nevertheless consists of regional flora and fauna, geology, palaeontology and mineralogy. In addition, there is also a significant naturalist art collection.


The vivarium and museum share the same entrance. Access is via the cafeteria terrace. A one-way ticket allows entry to both areas.