Planning a visit to the Museum of Nature - Zoology of the Leibniz Institute for the Analysis of Biodiversity Change in Hamburg? Here you will find all the information you need:
- Admission and opening hours
Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 to 17:00, closed on Mondays and public holidays. Free admission. Please book larger groups in advance by telephone.
- Guided tours, children's birthday parties and educational talks
For more information on our programme offerings, please visit: Educational offers
Access to the exhibition and the exhibition rooms themselves are barrier-free. A barrier-free toilet is also available.
- Museum shop
Postcards, books, educational toys and small items are available for sale at the information counter.
The museum does not have its own catering facilities. The museum is located in the university quarter. There are numerous cafés and restaurants in the vicinity.
- Food and drinks
Food and drinks may not be brought into or consumed in the exhibition.
Photography is permitted in the museum for private, non-commercial purposes.
- Bringing dogs
Dogs are not allowed in the exhibition. This does not apply to guide dogs.
- Parking situation
Unfortunately, the museum does not have its own parking spaces.
- Public transport
A few hundred metres from the entrance to the museum, at the junction of Rentzelstraße and Grindelallee, is the bus stop "Grindelhof". Metrobuses No. 4 and 5 stop here. The S-Bahn station "Dammtor" and the U-Bahn station "Schlump" are also within walking distance.