BIOTOPIA is a life sciences and natural history museum for the 21st century, intended to inspire all generations. The new museum will be a platform for exhibitions, participation and joint communication, a space for lifelong learning and experiencing nature and science. The slogan "Explore Life." invites visitors to explore the relationships between humans and other living beings.
To make BIOTOPIA happen, the Förderkreis BIOTOPIA supports the mission, the objectives and the work of the future museum. It creates reliable partnerships with politics, businesses and media and promotes BIOTOPIA nationwide as a new and multifaceted kind of museum.
10 REASONS FOR BIOTOPIA
FOR THE FUTURE
BIOTOPIA is a new kind of museum for the 21st century, a space that encourages all generations to take over responsibility for the future of the environment.
PRESERVE NATURE AND BIODIVERSITY
Protecting and understanding the environment is becoming a cornerstone for the development of our society. BIOTOPIA inspires a new perspective on the relationships between humans and other living beings.
BIOTOPIA addresses approaches and solutions for environmental problems in a comprehensible and gripping way. It is a platform for lifelong learning in the fields of life sciences, nature and sustainability.
INTERACTION AND INTERDISCIPLINARY DIALOGUES
BIOTOPIA invites its visitors to research, experiment and enter into a dialogue with scientists and artists.
A community of "BIOTOPIANS" takes action and becomes engaged as multiplicators.
Bavaria is one of the top life sciences centres in Germany: BIOTOPIA covers groundbreaking research and enables visitors to participate in the new knowledge.
BIOTOPIA promotes the STEM-fields and creates excitement for training and studies in the natural sciences.
CLOSING THE GAP
BIOTOPIA closes an important gap in the entirety of the Bavarian museums, which enjoy international renown due to their world-class art collections and technical museums.
NATURAL HISTORY NETWORK
BIOTOPIA supports a bio- and geosciences network that brings together museums, educational institutions and research facilities.
BIOTOPIA is a museum for all generations and a platform to promote a dialogue between society, science, business and politics.
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We're moving! Starting September 09th, 2019 our office will be located at the following address: Dienstgebäude Botanisches Institut | Menzingerstr. 67 | 80638 München. New phone number: +49 (0)89 / 178 61-422
Since its opening in 1990, the Museum Mensch und Natur has been one of Munich's most popular and well-attended museums. Due to the very limited space and poor infrastructure, the museum will close at the beginning of 2020 in order to be comprehensively expanded and renewed