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Zoological exhibitions

Explore our natural history dioramas displaying taxidermic animals in their habitats.

Stones and Bones

"Stones and bones" displays the finest fossils, minerals and crystals from the museum collections.

Tree of Life

Come along on a journey into the history of life, and see where we all belong on the evolutionary tree.

"Ida" – The oldest complete primate skeleton in the world

Ida, Darwinius massilae, is the world’s oldest complete primate skeleton, and the most valuable object exhibited at The Natural History Museum of Oslo. She was bought by the museum in 2007, and presented to the world in 2009.

Ida can currently be seen in the exhibition "Stones and bones"

Future additions to the museum

Big changes are coming to the museum! In the next few years, two buildings will be ready with new exhibits for visitors. In addition, we are planning to build a brand new green house in the future. Here you can read about the new buildings and our upcoming exhibits.