List of Museums in Saint Petersburg - Science and Natural History Museums - Science Museums

Science Museums

  • Arctic and Antarctic Museum
  • Kunstkamera (*Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography)
  • Museum of Military Medicine
  • Pulkovo Observatory
  • Museum of Optical Technologies
  • The Universe of Water http://www.vodokanal-museum.ru/eng/
  • Umnikum http://www.umnikum.com/main/, a popular science museum for kids
  • The Museum of Hygiene in the Center of Preventive medicine (http://www.russianmuseums.info/M233) at Count Shuvalov Palace (http://www.gcmp.ru/ Rus. homepage)

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