A heritage of 200,000 natural and anthropological artifacts built over the centuries.
opened in Museum of Nature and ManAnd The main lasting legacy left by the University of Padua’s 800th anniversary celebrations; With an exhibition area of about 4,000 square metres, it is The largest university science museum in Italy.
A journey through time that puts man and nature in an ongoing relationship, telling the complexities of planet Earth from an evolutionary point of view.
From meteorites and comets, messengers of the universe, the museum’s narrative traverses geological ages to the time of human events, the Anthropocene, stimulating reflection on people’s impact on biodiversity and climate change.
A journey from the heart of the earth to the heart of living beings, consisting of infinite links, as the history of science helps us explain the world to come.
A selection of Legacy 200 thousand natural and anthropological discoveries Built over the centuries by the University of Padua, it was born from the fusion of four historical Paduan groups: mineralogy, geology, paleontology, zoology and anthropology.
attractive setting, Multimedia and interactivewhich blends the most advanced contemporary language in science fairs.
The Museum of Nature and Man can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 to 19 (last entry at 18). During the first opening weekend, admission ticket includes a free guided tour (11, 15, 15:30, 17, 17:30) subject to availability, which can be booked by calling the Reservation Center (049.8273939, Mon-Sun at 9-17). ).
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