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Universeum

95 locals recommend ·
About this place
Universeum is Scandinavia’s largest Science Centre. In 2011, 535,000 children, young people and adults visited us on Korsvägen in the heart of Gothenburg, Sweden.
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Tips from locals

Susanna
Susanna
October 08, 2019
Tropical Forrest and deadly animals. Also experimenting for children. Family fun!
Ruben
Ruben
October 06, 2019
Go on safari through the rainforest at Universeum At Universeum you can find a rainforest, a huge aquarium and a variety of exotic animals and plants – all under one roof.
Rikard
Rikard
October 05, 2019
Zoological park with many animal species from different parts of the world. Different, birds, snakes, sharks and wales. I Highly recommend this!
Andreas
Andreas
August 30, 2019
Great if you want to see animals - a jungle in the middle of Gothenburg
Li
Li
August 08, 2019
Science museum for the whole family. Perfect on a rainy day

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Location
50 Södra vägen
Göteborg, 40020
Phone031-335 64 50
Hours of Operation statusOpen · Closes 6:00 PM
Credit Cards
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