The Natural Science La Salle Museum
The Natural Science La Salle Museum, was born in 1960; its creator and current director is Mr. Eduardo Fernandez Bárcena. He devoted himself initially to pick up some works and tasks application and research developed by high school students in the area of Natural Sciences of the College La Salle, when he was a teacher, these investigations served as a stimulus for other students with the passage of time were interested more and more in the observation and study of the biotic, so rich and varied Costa Rica.
The Museum of natural science, La Salle has an impressive array of exhibitions, scientific and historical, value the Museum has been recognized as one of the most complete of its kind in all Latin America, with more than 55,000 copies of taxidermy on permanent display; In addition to its temporary exhibitions, in total a total of 65,000 copies from a variety of fields, including zoology and mineralogy, including exhibitions devoted to paleontology and archaeology, as well as large collection of mounted butterflies. The specimens dissected on display are an interesting collection, also, the Museum of natural science, La Salle has a huge collection of fossils, including ancient dinosaur bones and large number of butterflies that includes twelve cases of Morpho blue brightly coloured species.
Monday to Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 14:00 p.m., and Sundays and holidays from 9:00 a.m to 17:00 p.m
Visit this museum located in Sabana Sur, within the premises of the Agricultura y Ganadería Ministry; or for more information please go to La Salle Museum; and enjoy the San Jose city...