The Museum of Natural History Vienna features 39 show rooms incorporate the world's well known and interesting items. You can see the 29,500-year-old Venus of Willendorf, the Steller's ocean sea cow that wound up wiped out more than 200 years prior, and tremendous dinosaur skeletons. It incorporates as well the world's biggest and most established sets of ancient meteorites from Mars and other galaxies. Guests will experience as well as virtual voyages in detail to the edge of the Saturn's rings. The Museum of Natural History Vienna is the home of researchers, scientists exploring in a wide scope of fields identified with earth sciences, life sciences and human sciences. This makes the exhibition hall one of the biggest research focuses in Austria.