Caffi is a museum that has written several pages of the history books of the earth and boasts palaeontological discoveries of great importance in the last 40 years: for example, flying reptiles discovered in Cene, Zogno and Ponte Giurino, or the lobster progenitors found during excavations carried out by the museum, together with new species of dragonflies and a rich fauna of fish and crustaceans. You must know that in very remote times Bergamo was a vast tropical marine expanse dotted with small islands.
The exhibition celebrating 100 years of the museum, includes reproductions of over 50 dinosaurs, along with other prehistoric animals, fossils, casts, reconstructions, multimedia posts and videos: everything you need to recount the evolution of our planet in the most complete way. And then, the final touch: the installation of giant dinosaurs scattered around Bergamo.
Let the invasion begin!