OPERATION HOUR – TICKET PRICES
The public exhibitions-parks are open to the public
NATURA DINO PARK every Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 11:00 to 19:00 (last at 18.00)
HUMAN BODY MUSEUM every Sunday from 11:00 to 19:00 (last at 18.00)
Tours are conducted every 1 hour. Working hours vary depending on season and weather conditions. Contact us prior to your visit on 2310686.544
Prices for thematic exhibitions/Dinosaur park
6€ / SINGLE TICKET
|HUMAN BODY MUSEUM||
7€ / SINGLE TICKET
|TICKET FOR DINOSAUR PARK & HUMAN BODY MUSEUM||11€ / SINGLE TICKET|
Α. NATURA DINO PARK
a Dinosaurs exhibition
It is the largest dinosaur exhibition in Europe in natural size (animated and static restorations). Multiple different species are represented in a natural landscape with a lake and waterfalls in an area of 4 acres.
b.Cave of Evolution
The cave is a very impressive artificial cave, where children explore the interior, watch the stalactites and stalagmites and learn about the evolution of human species. During the tour, children wear helmets, like genuine spelaeologists and get information on how to make an excavation.
c. Mammoth Museum.The Mammoth Museum contains, for the first time in Greece, genuine fossils from woolly mammoths and other animals of ice age. The same area hosts collections of rare rocks and marine fossils from the Sahara desert as also a genuine hairs from the woolly mammoth.
A temporary exhibition of real tortoise fossils from the collection of the Museum of Geology, Palaeontology and Palaeoanthropology, School of Geology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The story of climate change continues at Nouvelle. After the very successful operation of the Mammoth Museum, which gave the general public the history of the changes that took place during the last Ice Ages, we go further back in time. We will see what life was like in Greece just before the start of the glacial periods about 2 million years ago, with fossils from one of the most impressive animals: the titanic tortoise. Giant terrestrial turtles that could reach up to 2 meters in length have previously lived in the area today wet by the Thermaic Gulf. At that time the sea was much further south and a vast plain stretched between the present-day mountains of Thessaloniki and the first Olympus mountains. That area was home to the titanochelones, which lived probably in groups of many. But with the onset of climate changes, which altered the Northern Hemisphere’s ecosystems, the titanic tortoises disappeared.
d. Prehistoric Mammal exhibition
The park includes modern as also extinct mammals that once inhabited Greece, all restorations in natural size. Visitors will feel the unique experience of getting inside the belly of a whale. Among exhibits is the significant discovery of the paleontologist Mrs Evangelia Tsoukala, the tusks of the mastodont of Milia, the largest that have ever been discovered on Earth.
B. HUMAN BODY MUSEUM
“BODY” is a giant construction, unique in Europe, fifty meters long, six meters high (50m x 6m) and represents a lying human body of a pregnant woman. Her name; ….Zoe. Visitors embark on a spectacular exploration of the human body through a spectacular journey of exploration of the human body – the mouth is the gateway to the “body”. They walk, see, observe closely and are informed by qualified personnel on all key instruments with their functions.
Apart from the above mentioned parks, out Multiplex also has:
Playground, Café- Bar – Pool with view to Thessaloniki, Hotel – Halls of social events, Huge parking, Standard Athletic Center