NATURAL HISTORY PERMANENT EXHIBITION
Long scientific preparation and research were required by Greek and foreign scientists, artists and museologists, in order to fulfill the mission of the Museum as a scientific and educational center. The first exhibition halls of the Museum, those of plant biology, were designed on behalf of the GNHM, the British Museum of Natural History.
Soon, however, the Museum proceeded with its own architectural and museological design of its zoological and geological sites, headed by its artistic director Petros Zampelis.
The museological perception, the aesthetics of the halls, the richness and the quality of the exhibits were for the data of the time – but still remain today – perfectly communicative.