Artis Royal Zoo + Micropia€ 34,50 € 27,50
Highlights Artis Royal Zoo
- Artis Royal Zoo has been chosen as #1 zoo in the Benelux!
- Beautiful architecture
- Unique aquarium
- Butterfly pavilion
Come and stroll in nature’s oasis in the midst of the bustling city of Amsterdam, Artis. Admire the gardens with their flowering bulbs in spring and study their rich vegetation in summer and autumn. Artis boasts some of the most beautiful 19th century architecture in Amsterdam, of which the Aquarium is a fine example. And of course lots of animals! See giraffes strolling with wildebeest, zebras, springbok and oryx, look under the surface of an Amsterdam canal, and study planets and stars in the Planetarium.
The zoo is divided into four different areas: planetarium, aquarium, bird house and the monkey house. The planetarium, will tell you all about our solar system. The aquarium will amaze you with rich and diverse underwater life. The monkey house and the bird house will provide you with an insight into delicate animal world. Artis Royal Zoo is a truly remarkable place where nature meets culture and where learning is fun.
Highlights Micropia museum
- The inspiring science laboratories
- A scientific tour by the scientist
- Inspiring interactive exhibitions
You can’t see them, but they’re here. They are on you. In you. And you’ve got more than a hundred thousand billion of them! They’re with you when you eat, when you breathe, when you kiss. They are everywhere. On your hands. And in your belly. And they meddle in everything. They shape your world: what you smell, and what you taste; whether you get sick, or get better. They can save us or destroy us. Microbes: the smallest and most powerful organisms on our planet. We know very little about them, but at Mircropia you can learn so much about them. About our health, alternative energy sources, and much more. When you look from really close, a new world is revealed to you. More beautiful and spectacular than you could ever have imagined. Welcome to Micropia. The first museum of microbes, in the centre of Amsterdam.