The Tropical greenhouse of the MUSE is now open

After two-year Covid-19 closure

On Saturday 19 February 2022 the Tropical greenhouse of the museum reopens to the public, a reproduction of a strip of forest in the Udzungwa Mountains in Tanzania, with more than 200 botanical species in the greenhouse.

New in 2022: rare blooms, new baby animals and new species that have found their home among banana trees, giant water lilies and papaya trees.

RULES FOR VISITORS TO THE TROPICAL GREENHOUSE: - FFP2 face masks must be worn (except for children under the age of 6 and other exempt categories)   - it is however recommended that even children under the age of 6 wear FFP2 face masks    - follow the marked route and keep at least 2 metres from other visitors (does not apply to family groups)   - maximum duration of visit is 10 minutes with a maximum of 25 visitors at the same time   - remember to sanitise your hands before entering the hothouse  - respect the plants and animals who live here  


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