Local | This happens at Naturhistoriska riksmuseet in February

By on February 7, 2016

Moments in the Swedish wilderness. Göran Ekström, appointed to the Years nature photographer in 2014, takes us to the Jämtland wilderness and its iconic animals. In the exhibition we are invited on both the images that fascinate and stories that inspire.

Night at the Museum is back! Exciting and unexpected evenings a flashlight inside our dark museum. If you have not experienced the museum after closing, you now have the chance again.

Valentine’s Day
We like you! What do you like at our place? Is it the two-headed calf, giant ear or any of the new dino buddies in Fossils and Evolution which is your favorite? Now is your chance to show your love! Put your heart on your favorite in the museum. Heart Stickers handed out throughout the day.

(Psst! Do not forget to immortalize the moment. Hashtag with #Lovenaturhistoriska.)

When: February 14

New exhibition! Moments in the Swedish wilderness
Award-winning images of photographer Göran Ekström, appointed to the Years nature photographer 2014. The camera captures Göran Ekström unique moments and events in the Jämtland wilderness. He portrays meetings, including bears and the golden eagle, elk and fox.

We will get close to the almost iconic animals that live in our Nordic nature but that can be difficult to capture in a picture. He also shares the stories behind the pictures.

Göran Ekström is resident in Östersund. He photographs Nordic nature and has worked full time as a nature photographer for over 20 years.

The exhibition opens February 16

Night at the Museum is back!
The darkness has settled and the halls echo empty. What happens inside the large museum when all but the night guard has gone home? Take the opportunity to go on the popular special show and discover the museum in flashlight.

An exciting evening after closing time, for curious children from 7-10 years. Adults who want to come buy your own ticket. It is possible to wait in the museum we offer simple refreshments.

When: Every Friday in February
Time: at 18:30 to 20:15.
Price: 150 SEK / child. Limited seating, only pre-sale at the box office or at www.nrm.se.

Display with Dino-Doris
Meet the museum’s passionate and aspiring dinosaur researchers. Dino-Doris talks about her favorite subject, and gives examples of how a paleontologist working. A dramatized tour dino diggare new exhibition Fossils and evolution.

Rec. age 6-10 years, but all are welcome.

When: All Saturdays in February
Time: at. 12, 13 and 14

Display 10 favorites
Can you the story of the scrotum wolf? See the two-headed calf! We show the museum’s top ten, the additional worth seeing objects you can not miss during your visit. Join us for a 30 minute guided tour of the entire museum.

Suitable for everyone from 6 years.

When: Every Sunday in February
Time: at. 12, 13 and 14

Winter break! Hoho in Creates workshop
Wise and cool. During the winter holiday we create owls in different materials. Come and unleash with us! Be inspired by our beautiful owls in the exhibition Nature in Sweden.
Creates workshop is a creative meeting at the museum where children can create and tweaking as part of discovering more. Cost SEK 30.
When: 26 / 2-5 / 3
Kl. 12-16

Current exhibitions

Temporary exhibition. Invisible mysteries
All around us, there is much we can not see. In the new Cosmonova film Invisible mysteries made the invisible visible. You get to see things that your eye would not perceive.

In the exhibition of the same name, you deepen your knowledge of the unseen world! You meet 38 images that will give you a startling insight into micro- and nano world. Can you guess what you see in the pictures?

Shown until August 21, 2016

Fossils and Evolution
Fossils and evolution is the Natural History Museum’s popular exhibition of dinosaurs. It is about how animals and plants have come and gone during the Earth’s history. See the eight meter long giant squid Cameroceras, sneak up dangerously close to the Velociraptor or ride the crocodile like amphibian from the Triassic.

In the exhibition you can see animals from all of the dinosaur ages, and learn about how the Earth has changed throughout history.

Movies at Cosmonova
At Cosmonova you experience the world at close quarters in the world’s largest film format IMAX and an audio experience beyond the ordinary.

In February you can see the following films at Cosmonova:
Invisible mysteries
Galapagos 3D
A journey among the coral reefs
Astronomy X2

If no price is listed the kalendarie activity is free.
Price Cosmonova: 100 SEK adult, 50 SEK children and youth (5-18 years)

Free admission to the exhibitions

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