Stone-aged fishing rods are part of the fishing display further up.
It’s part of an interesting section with schools of extinct and fossilized fish.
Also up here is an interactive “children’s world”, where kids can stroke the fur of different animals and learn about their eating habits.
Location: Neuhauserstrasse 2. It’s on the main pedestrian drag between Karlstor and Marienplatz. Look for the statue of wild boar out front!
Open: 9.30am to 5pm, Thursdays to 9pm.
Phone: 089 22 05 22
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