On 200 m² of exhibition space, special scientific, pedagogically prepared exhibitions are regularly shown and the natural science collections of the state are looked after. With more than 16 million objects, the Biology Centre in Linz is the largest natural history collection in the province of Upper Austria and thus occupies second place in Austria after the Natural History Museum in Vienna.
Changing exhibitions on natural science topics open "windows into science". In addition, two special exhibitions are conceived each year.
In addition to the research, exhibition and collection activities of the zoologists, botanists and geoscientists of the Biology Centre, which are internationally recognised, a wide range of biological lectures are offered within the framework of working groups.
The Ecopark of the Biology Centre offers numerous educational programmes.
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Tuesday to Sunday 10 am – 6 pm
Thursday 10 am – 9 pm
Closed on Monday
General price information:
Free admission (except guidances)
Guided tour 1 h 3 €
Guided tour 1,5 h 4 €
Discounts (Age-related / Groups):
- Student groups with school class
Guided tour 1 h 3 € per pupil
Guided tour 1,5 h 4 € per pupil
Guided tour 1 h 3 € per adult
Guided tour 1,5 h 4 € per adult
Accessibility / arrival
Travelling by public transport
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- All weather
- Suitable for groups
- Suitable for schools
Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
- Toilet facility
The Biology Center focuses on botany and zoology. On 200 m² of exhibition space, special scientific, pedagogically prepared exhibitions are regularly shown and the natural science collections of the state are looked after. With more than 16 million objects, the...