Museu de Ciències Naturals de Barcelona

Plaça Leonardo da Vinci, 4-5 Parc del Fòrum
ES - 08019 Barcelona
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The Museu de Ciències Naturals de Barcelona is an institution founded over 130 years ago whose natural heritage collections in the fields of mineralogy, petrology, palaeontology, zoology and botany comprise more than three million specimens. This valuable heritage has been enriched year by year thanks to specimens obtained through donations from private individuals, agreements with the Zoo and Catalonia’s natural parklands, and also through the Museum’s own research work. Museum centres The Museu de Ciències Naturals de Barcelona is housed in different buildings located in three strategic areas of the city: Ciutadella Park, Montjuïc Park and the Forum Park. The first of these sites is home to the Museu Martorell and the Laboratori de Natura in the building known as Castell dels Tres Dragons, while Montjuïc is home to the Jardí Botànic and the Jardí Botànic Històric. The Museum mainpremise  is situated in the Forum Park, and houses the new facilities that are used mainly for public programmes: exhibitions, workshops, conferences, media resource centre, etc.