The Finnish Museum of Natural History attracted over 70,000 visitors

Over 70,000 people, 60 per cent of whom were children and young people, visited the Finnish Museum of Natural History last year.

Tyrannosaurus rex

The number of visitors was approximately the same as last year.

The Museum’s new exhibition is Skeletons and Bones. It is already open to the public.

The Finnish Museum of Natural History is an independent research institution functioning under the University of Helsinki and responsible for the national collections in its field. The collection serves research in biology and geology, as well as educational purposes.

Further information on the website of the Finnish Museum of Natural History

Text: Liisa Voutilainen
Photo: Mikko Heikkinen
14.1.2004
www.helsinki.fi/digitalcommunications

Translation: Valtasana Oy

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