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Garden Living - Boutique Hotel
Garden Living - Boutique Hotel

Invalidenstraße 101 (0.05 km from Museum of Natural History)

Just 500 metres from Berlin Main Station this stylish hotel offers a garden free WiFi and rooms and apartments with a balcony.The Reichstag Parliament building is 2 km away.The rooms at Garden Living feature cable TV a desk and a private bathroom.

Superb 191 reviews
9.2
Mikon Eastgate Hotel - City Centre
Mikon Eastgate Hotel - City Centre

Hessische Str. 10 (0.11 km from Museum of Natural History)

Offering a roof terrace with great views of Berlin free Wi-Fi hotspot and easy transport connections this non-smoking hotel is only a 1-minute walk from the Natural History Museum.

Good 3036 reviews
7.4
Ballhaus Berlin Hostel
Ballhaus Berlin Hostel

Chausseestr. 102 (0.24 km from Museum of Natural History)

Ballhaus Berlin Hostel is a unique and historical red-brick building in the Mitte district in the heart of Berlin near many sights museums and theatres.

Very good 851 reviews
8.2
H+ Hotel Berlin Mitte
H+ Hotel Berlin Mitte

Chausseestr. 118-120 (0.32 km from Museum of Natural History)

Just 300 metres from Friedrichstrasse Shopping Street this hotel is centrally located in Berlin. Guests enjoy air-conditioned rooms and free use of the sauna.

Very good 5853 reviews
8.7
Hotel Aquino Berlin
Hotel Aquino Berlin

Hannoversche Straße 5b (0.46 km from Museum of Natural History)

The 3-star Superior Hotel Aquino offers quiet rooms with work area and free internet. It is a 3-minute walk from the Friedrichstrasse shopping street and enjoys excellent transport links.

Very good 118 reviews
8.3
Garden Boutique Hotel
Garden Boutique Hotel

Invalidenstr. 122 (0.48 km from Museum of Natural History)

This individually designed and peaceful hotel is set in Berlin’s trendy district of Mitte just a short walk from Friedrichstraße and sights including the Unter den Linden boulevard Alexanderplatz and Museum Island.

Superb 533 reviews
9.1
CLUB Lodges Berlin Mitte
CLUB Lodges Berlin Mitte

Caroline-michaelis-straße 8 (0.51 km from Museum of Natural History)

Boasting free WiFi CLUB Lodges Berlin Mitte offers accommodation in cottages in Berlin. The Natural History Museum is 600 metres from CLUB Lodges Berlin Mitte while the Berlin Wall Memorial is just 300 metres away.

Good 1282 reviews
7.7
Hotel & Apartments Zarenhof Berlin Mitte
Hotel & Apartments Zarenhof Berlin Mitte

Eichendorffstr. 4 (0.55 km from Museum of Natural History)

This 3-star hotel in the heart of Berlin lies in a quiet side street just 200 metres from the Nordbahnhof S-Bahn Station and 450 metres from the famous Friedrichstrasse boulevard. It offers free WiFi internet access via hotspot.

Very good 119 reviews
8.3

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About Hotels in Museum of Natural History!

The Museum of Natural History Berlin is an internationally renowned natural history museum located in the German capital. It is one of the oldest and largest museums of its kind in Europe, having been founded in 1810 by Prussian naturalist Alexander von Humboldt. The museum houses an extensive collection of objects related to zoology, paleontology, mineralogy, and botany. Its main building is situated on the "Museum Island" in the Spree River area of Berlin and was designed by Friedrich August Stüler in a neoclassical style.

The Museum's permanent exhibits include fossils from the Mesozoic era, including Archaeopteryx; collections from ancient Greece and Rome; plants and animals from around the world; minerals from all over Europe; a world-class gemstone collection; and various artifacts from cultures old and new. The museum also hosts special exhibitions featuring themes such as climate change, biodiversity loss, endangered species, human evolution, space exploration, and much more. Visitors can take guided tours or rent audio guides to learn more about this fascinating institution.

In addition to its many galleries filled with scientific artifacts and displays, the Museum also has a research library with more than 600,000 volumes dedicated to natural history topics. Here experts work on catalogs of specimens collected by field researchers as well as conservation projects that aim to protect species in danger of extinction. The Museum also runs educational programs for school groups as well as public lectures discussing current topics related to science and nature conservation.