In the main gallery, the free permanent exhibition systematically presents the main groups of vertebrates, while the comparative anatomy room has an impressively detailed display of skeletons and specimens in jars.
Finally, the entomological collections (insects) are most certainly the high point of the museum. Visitors find the fascinating world of ants particularly interesting. The museum has gained a reputation for Myrmecology (study of ants) since 1982, with the arrival of several pioneering researchers.
The icing on the cake for the children is the ability to organise birthday parties with treasure trails and a little film as a bonus!