Today, #Museum30 is about remembering. Look what we found in our conservation archives: a photo of the lab 20 years ago! The specimens are different, but the team is still busy working on new displays. Read more
Deinstalling a Dinosaur
On October 23rd 2022, the conservation team organised a ‘Dino Takedown’ event, giving the public a rare and very special opportunity to watch conservation in action. ‘Misty’ has been a feature of the museum since 2014. The skeleton, consisting of 315 bones and measuring 17 meters long, is composed of real fossil material and plastic… Read more
Taking Down Misty!
On Sunday, the beloved Misty was taken down as part of the closing day ceremony at the Zoological Museum in Copenhagen. But don’t worry, the adora-saurable Misty will return in full force at the new museum building in the Botanic Garden. FOLLOW FOR MORE CONTENT ON OUR TIKTOK @snmkonservering http://vm.tiktok.com/ZMFkx87hv/ Read more
Introducing the conservation team at the Natural History Museum of Denmark Welcome to our blog following the conservation unit as we prepare the exhibitions for the new museum building of the Natural History Museum of Denmark (NHMD). This blog will follow our team and our work preparing and conserving thousands of varied specimens, from a… Read more