On Slave Raiders and Aphid Farmers

Ants in Styria

18.09.2020-11.07.2021 Natural History Museum

The fascinating life of the 100 ant-species which can be found in Styria is presented by living animals, scale models and photos. more ...


The Earth's Thin Skin

Our Soil

04.10.2019-12.07.2020 Natural History Museum

The international touring exhibition helps visitors understand the fascinating diversity of life in soil, and its functions. more ...


The Fly

17.05.-11.08.2019 Natural History Museum

Opening: 16.05.2019, 7pm more ...


Hotspot Mur

Concealed Emeralds

09.03.-09.12.2018 Natural History Museum

The River Mur is a hotspot of Styrian biodiversity. more ...



Speedy Bees and Wonderful Pikes

05.05.2017-08.07.2018 Natural History Museum

Sex plays an important role not just for humans; it also acts as the engine of evolution for animals, plants and fungi. more ...


Selected 2017

29.04.-28.05.2017 Natural History Museum

In case of "Designmonats Graz" more ...


Nature in Human Hands?

Implications and undesirable side-effects

07.10.2016-07.01.2018 Natural History Museum

An exhibition in cooperation with Naturparke Steiermark. This exhibition prompts us to reflect upon our role in nature. more ...


Toads, Snakes & More

In Our Gardens to Look For

15.04.-10.07.2016 10:00-17:00 Natural History Museum

Amphibians and reptiles are highly endangered creatures, afflicted by climate change, disease, and the loss of natural habitats, too. School children have explored where toads, snakes and other such animals can find alternative means of survival in Austrian gardens. more ...



An interactive travelling exhibition by ScienceCenter-Network

02.03.-10.07.2016 10:00-17:00 Natural History Museum

‘Questions of correlation’ from the world of science are the focal point here: interactions between medication and the body as well as feedback effects in physics and psychology are just some of the phenomena that can be playfully tested in this exhibition. more ...



New Fauna and Flora among Us

06.11.2015-02.04.2017 Natural History Museum

The spread of species foreign to the region (‘biological invasions’) has turned into a ‘hot topic’ in science and public debate in recent years. more ...


Shifting Landscape

From the Matterhorn into the Land of Volcanoes

14.05.2015-17.01.2016 10:00-17:00 Natural History Museum

The exhibition portrays the geological landscapes along the Alpine arc, thus tackling current questions of transformation and development in the volcano landscape of Southeast Styria. more ...


Out to Sea?

The Plastic Garbage Project

17.04.-23.08.2015 10:00-17:00 Natural History Museum

An exhibition by Museum für Gestaltung Zürich with generous support by Drosos Stiftung more ...


Ophrys Flowers

Studies by Hildegard Könighofer

16.09.2014-11.01.2015 10:00-17:00 Natural History Museum

Portraits of Ophyrs flowers in pencil, Indian ink, watercolour and coloured pencil. more ...


Fish Worlds

Greek fish plates from Florence Gottet Collection

05.09.2014-22.02.2015 10:00-17:00 Natural History Museum

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Love of Maths

05.09.2013-06.07.2014 10:00-17:00

An exhibition of the Liechtensteinischen Landesmuseums Opening: 04.09.2013, 7pm Curators: Georg Schierscher (Schaan, LI), Kurt Zernig (Graz, AT) With the friendly support by Die Industrie more ...


Mushrooms: Nature’s networkers

Special exhibition

29.05.2013-26.10.2014 10:00-17:00 Natural History Museum

The special exhibition at the Natural History Museum offers an insight into the magical world of mushrooms with fantastic fungal models by Lilo and Klaus Wechsler, on display here for the very first time in Austria. more ...

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8010 Graz, Österreich
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Opening Hours
09. February 2021 to 31. December 2021 Tue-Sun, public holidays 10am - 5pm
02. January 2022 to 31. December 2022 Tue-Sun, public holidays 10am - 6pm

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Centre of Natural History
Weinzöttlstraße 16
8045 Graz, Österreich
T +43-316/8017-9000
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