All nature & natural history museums and attractions to visit in Province of Groningen

Province of Groningen (the Netherlands) has a lot to offer for people that like animals, plants and anything else related to nature and its history. Below we list all 11 nature and natural history museums that are located in Province of Groningen.

Is nature and the natural world something that interests you and are you looking for the best nature museums to visit in Province of Groningen? These are the ones:

  1. Sealcenter Pieterburen1

    Sealcenter Pieterburen

    Sealcenter Pieterburen, located in the quaint village of Pieterburen in the Netherlands, is a rescue center dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of seals. The center was formerly known as Seal Nursery Pieterburen, reflecting its initial focus on caring for young orphaned seals. Today, the center provides care for sick and weakened seals of all ages, with the aim of releasing them back into the wild once they have recovered.
  2. University Museum Groningen2

    University Museum Groningen

    University Museum Groningen is a museum dedicated to people, nature and science. The collection consists of objects related to nature, culture and science. The exhibitions of the museum include a collection of flowers and seeds, an anatomical and pathological collection, a psychological collection,
  3. Museum Stoomgemaal Winschoten3

    Museum Stoomgemaal Winschoten

  4. Hortus Haren4

    Hortus Haren

    Haren (GR)
    The Hortus botanicus Haren was founded in 1626 (then in Groningen) and has about twenty acres of gardens. It is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the Netherlands. The garden consists of a Chinese garden, Laarman garden, arboretum, pinetum, English garden, a water garden, a rock garden, bamboo g
  5. Muzeeaquarium Delfzijl5

    Muzeeaquarium Delfzijl

    The Muzeeaquarium Delfzijl is situated at the embankment near the harbour. The museum has permanent exhibitions on archaeology, geology, shipping, fishing and shells. There is also an aquarium with various animals and plants from the North Sea and Wadden Sea, which is constructed in a bunker from th
  6. Museum Wierdenland6

    Museum Wierdenland

    Museum Wierdenland focuses on stories about the culture and landscape of mounds in the northern Wadden Sea area. Most focus is on the National Landscape ‘MiddagHumsterland’ and the mound Ezinge. Ezinge is a mound village built on an artificial hill. The ‘Landschapszaal’ illustrates the history of th
  7. Botanische Tuin Domies Toen7

    Botanische Tuin Domies Toen

    Botanische Tuin Domies Toen is located around the Petrus church in Pieterburen. It is the old clergy house garden of that town. The botanical garden consists of the following parts: a nature garden, a herb garden, a rose garden, a ‘slingertuin’, a ‘hooiland’, a ‘dobbe’, plant borders and a gazebo. T
  8. Museumgemaal Cremer8

    Museumgemaal Cremer

    Museumgemaal Cremer is a pumping station from 1930. Natural gas production caused subsidence which made the building of a new pumping station inevitable. In 2002, the pumping station was no longer used and became a museum pumping station. It is named after father and son Cremer, hydraulic engineers
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    Museumgemaal de Hoogte

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    DoeZoo Insektenwereld

    In DoeZoo Insect World, visitors put themselves in the shoes of insects. DoeZoo seeks to show children how beautiful and important insects are.
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    The Stone Museum displays a valuable collection of Scandinavian boulders and a collection of Stone Age flint tools.

All museums in Province of Groningen