The museum has this branch called "Dinosaur World" that is populated with rubbery restorations of various dinosaurs. I've seen many such exhibits at various museums, including here in the U.S., and they never come off well...and at the risk of being insulting, the ones in "Dinosaur World" were, to coin a phrase, "laughably awful" (but hey, at least they weren't robotic!) I'm sure that they're exciting to children -- children dragging their parents to museums to see the dinosaurs is one of the biggest draws, after all! -- but it is possible to make them accurate and educational at the same time...which these really were not. Anyway, this is an overview of "Dinosaur World" from its entrance. The sauropod with the tall neck has a camera in its mouth, and the little booth in the middle of the photo has a TV in it so you can see the "dinosaur-eye" view of things.