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mim is a private mineral museum in Beirut, Lebanon. It exhibits more than 1800 minerals, representing some 400 different species from over 70 countries. Created by nature itself, those works of art with their breathtaking aesthetics were formed in...more
If you’re ignorant to minerals and crystals (like I was) then this is the place for you. Very informative, reasonably priced, with an extensive collection of the most incredibly and unbelievable rocks, minerals, and crystals. There is also an interactive/immersive fish fossil room which is...More
For all the museums that we don't have, this one surely makes up for their nonexistence. It was quite a mind-blowing visit for me, especially that I am very close to Nature.
The high-end display, the richness of the collection, the info, the visual delight,...More
Lots of gems hidden there, a big collections that's great to see even for the persons not interested in minerals. interactive screens that my 8 y old loved, kids loved the fossils part there's also a game for them. Visit take up to 2 hours...More
I never thought that there is such an outstanding museum in Beirut, which is easily accessible. It might take a full day to check all the available items. But you might also check it quickly for 2-3 hours. The best is the Evolution 10 minutes...More
Amazing....lovely....a must see. I can't imagine all this beauty is in Earth.
Please note that it closes from 1pm to 2pm .
In front of it is the national museum of Beirut ..visit it also in the same trip.
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My kids are 4 and 6, the 6 was very interested (as your older son also into crystals and stones), the 4 enjoyed the movie animation and a little 3d game they have. So I guess its worth the visit for the whole... More
My kids are 4 and 6, the 6 was very interested (as your older son also into crystals and stones), the 4 enjoyed the movie animation and a little 3d game they have. So I guess its worth the visit for the whole family.
Hope you’ll enjoy!