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Smithsonian Museum of Natural History - Visite guidée exclusive du musée

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Participez à une visite guidée exclusive de 2 heures du Musée national d'histoire naturelle, présentant des merveilles rares du monde entier. La visite vous mènera à travers les minéraux, les mammifères et les momies qui épatent les visiteurs depuis plus d'un siècle.
Ville: Washington DC
Wed 29 May
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Ce qui est inclu
Duration 2 Hours
Tour Guide Exclusively For You (Does NOT apply if you choose "SAVE! BOOK SEMI-PRIVATE" option)
Wheelchair Friendly (Does NOT apply if you choose "SAVE! BOOK SEMI-PRIVATE" option)
Guided Museum Tour
Duration 2 Hours
Tour Guide Exclusively For You (Does NOT apply if you choose "SAVE! BOOK SEMI-PRIVATE" option)
Wheelchair Friendly (Does NOT apply if you choose "SAVE! BOOK SEMI-PRIVATE" option)
Information additionnelle
  • Accessible aux fauteuils roulants
  • Les bébés et les jeunes enfants peuvent monter dans un landau ou une poussette
  • Les options de transport public sont disponibles à proximité
  • Les options de transport sont en fauteuil roulant accessible
  • Toutes les zones et surfaces sont accessibles en fauteuil roulant
  • Les voyageurs doivent avoir au moins un niveau de forme physique modéré
  • Il est impératif que vous nous fournissiez des invités MOBILE NUMÉRO DE TÉLÉPHONE (y compris l'indicatif du pays)
  • Remarques : le musée d'histoire naturelle et d'autres attractions ou musées de DC peuvent être soumis à des fermetures occasionnelles sans avertissement préalable de la direction du musée. Lorsque cela se produit, nous proposerons aux clients une alternative appropriée si l'heure d'ouverture du musée est retardée de plus d'une heure par rapport à l'heure de début de la visite. Dans ces cas, nous ne sommes pas en mesure de fournir des remboursements ou des remises. Une tenue vestimentaire appropriée est requise pour accéder à certains sites de cette excursion. Aucun grand sac ou valise n'est autorisé à l'intérieur du musée, seuls les sacs à main ou les petits sacs à dos fins sont autorisés par la sécurité. En raison des mesures de sécurité renforcées dans de nombreuses attractions, certaines files d'attente peuvent se former lors de visites avec un accès "Skip the Line" ou "No Wait". Certaines salles spécifiques à l'intérieur du musée sont soumises à un droit de parole très calme ou restreint à l'intérieur, dans ce cas, votre guide fournira les informations sur ces lieux avant d'entrer dans les salles spécifiques où cette règle s'applique. Certaines collections peuvent varier au cours de l'année.
À quoi s'attendre
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Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
Your guide will take you to visit the highlights of the collection, housed in a massive building that covers the area of 18 football fields. Gaze into the world-famous Hope Diamond, whose brilliant blue sparkle, and immodest size at 46 karats, captured the attention of former owner Marie Antoinette. Wander through the displays of gems and minerals, including the Dom Pedro Aquamarine, the world’s largest gem of its type, which glows brilliantly from within. Travel back in time to learn about death rituals while exploring real mummies from Ancient Egypt. Then step out of the past into the wild, exploring the mighty polar bears, elephants, and giraffes that roam across earth’s surface. From the land, jump into the sea at the Ocean Hall, where you’ll discover a live coral reef exhibit as well as a 45-ton whale, Phoenix, which is a replica of a real living what that the museum tracks. By the end, you’ll understand why so many people come to visit the 126.5 million artefacts housed at the National Museum of Natural History.
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Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
Your guide will take you to visit the highlights of the collection, housed in a massive building that covers the area of 18 football fields. Gaze into the world-famous Hope Diamond, whose brilliant blue sparkle, and immodest size at 46 karats, captured the attention of former owner Marie Antoinette. Wander through the displays of gems and minerals, including the Dom Pedro Aquamarine, the world’s largest gem of its type, which glows brilliantly from within. Travel back in time to learn about death rituals while exploring real mummies from Ancient Egypt. Then step out of the past into the wild, exploring the mighty polar bears, elephants, and giraffes that roam across earth’s surface. From the land, jump into the sea at the Ocean Hall, where you’ll discover a live coral reef exhibit as well as a 45-ton whale, Phoenix, which is a replica of a real living what that the museum tracks. By the end, you’ll understand why so many people come to visit the 126.5 million artefacts housed at the National Museum of Natural History.
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Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
Your guide will take you to visit the highlights of the collection, housed in a massive building that covers the area of 18 football fields. Gaze into the world-famous Hope Diamond, whose brilliant blue sparkle, and immodest size at 46 karats, captured the attention of former owner Marie Antoinette. Wander through the displays of gems and minerals, including the Dom Pedro Aquamarine, the world’s largest gem of its type, which glows brilliantly from within. Travel back in time to learn about death rituals while exploring real mummies from Ancient Egypt. Then step out of the past into the wild, exploring the mighty polar bears, elephants, and giraffes that roam across earth’s surface. From the land, jump into the sea at the Ocean Hall, where you’ll discover a live coral reef exhibit as well as a 45-ton whale, Phoenix, which is a replica of a real living what that the museum tracks. By the end, you’ll understand why so many people come to visit the 126.5 million artefacts housed at the National Museum of Natural History.
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Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
Your guide will take you to visit the highlights of the collection, housed in a massive building that covers the area of 18 football fields. Gaze into the world-famous Hope Diamond, whose brilliant blue sparkle, and immodest size at 46 karats, captured the attention of former owner Marie Antoinette. Wander through the displays of gems and minerals, including the Dom Pedro Aquamarine, the world’s largest gem of its type, which glows brilliantly from within. Travel back in time to learn about death rituals while exploring real mummies from Ancient Egypt. Then step out of the past into the wild, exploring the mighty polar bears, elephants, and giraffes that roam across earth’s surface. From the land, jump into the sea at the Ocean Hall, where you’ll discover a live coral reef exhibit as well as a 45-ton whale, Phoenix, which is a replica of a real living what that the museum tracks. By the end, you’ll understand why so many people come to visit the 126.5 million artefacts housed at the National Museum of Natural History.
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Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
Your guide will take you to visit the highlights of the collection, housed in a massive building that covers the area of 18 football fields. Gaze into the world-famous Hope Diamond, whose brilliant blue sparkle, and immodest size at 46 karats, captured the attention of former owner Marie Antoinette. Wander through the displays of gems and minerals, including the Dom Pedro Aquamarine, the world’s largest gem of its type, which glows brilliantly from within. Travel back in time to learn about death rituals while exploring real mummies from Ancient Egypt. Then step out of the past into the wild, exploring the mighty polar bears, elephants, and giraffes that roam across earth’s surface. From the land, jump into the sea at the Ocean Hall, where you’ll discover a live coral reef exhibit as well as a 45-ton whale, Phoenix, which is a replica of a real living what that the museum tracks. By the end, you’ll understand why so many people come to visit the 126.5 million artefacts housed at the National Museum of Natural History.
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Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
Your guide will take you to visit the highlights of the collection, housed in a massive building that covers the area of 18 football fields. Gaze into the world-famous Hope Diamond, whose brilliant blue sparkle, and immodest size at 46 karats, captured the attention of former owner Marie Antoinette. Wander through the displays of gems and minerals, including the Dom Pedro Aquamarine, the world’s largest gem of its type, which glows brilliantly from within. Travel back in time to learn about death rituals while exploring real mummies from Ancient Egypt. Then step out of the past into the wild, exploring the mighty polar bears, elephants, and giraffes that roam across earth’s surface. From the land, jump into the sea at the Ocean Hall, where you’ll discover a live coral reef exhibit as well as a 45-ton whale, Phoenix, which is a replica of a real living what that the museum tracks. By the end, you’ll understand why so many people come to visit the 126.5 million artefacts housed at the National Museum of Natural History.
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Musée national d'histoire naturelle du Smithsonian
Votre guide vous emmènera visiter les points forts de la collection, hébergés dans un bâtiment massif qui couvre la superficie de 18 terrains de football. Admirez le mondialement célèbre Hope Diamond, dont l'éclat bleu brillant et la taille impudique de 46 carats ont attiré l'attention de l'ancienne propriétaire Marie Antoinette. Promenez-vous dans les vitrines de pierres précieuses et de minéraux, y compris le Dom Pedro Aquamarine, le plus grand joyau de ce type au monde, qui brille brillamment de l'intérieur. Voyagez dans le temps pour en savoir plus sur les rituels de la mort tout en explorant de vraies momies de l'Égypte ancienne. Sortez ensuite du passé pour vous rendre dans la nature, en explorant les puissants ours polaires, éléphants et girafes qui parcourent la surface de la terre. Depuis la terre ferme, plongez dans la mer à l'Ocean Hall, où vous découvrirez une exposition de récifs coralliens vivants ainsi qu'une baleine de 45 tonnes, Phoenix, qui est une réplique d'un vrai vivant ce que le musée suit. À la fin, vous comprendrez pourquoi tant de gens viennent visiter les 126,5 millions d'artefacts conservés au Musée national d'histoire naturelle.
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Commentaires (202)
billwU8955YC
Dec 2022
Tony (our tour guide) knew everything about every attraction in the Museum. Amazing. Very insightful.
Brenda_A
Dec 2022
I loved how Leigh explained fascinating things in an audible volume that brought each exhibit to life. She was remarkable!
Shantel H
Dec 2022
Leigh was amazing. Animated and full of great information. She made the tour fun and the time flew by. Would highly recommend this tour with her!

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