Lions, tigers and - dinosaurs? Oh my! Welcome to the one the world's greatest exhibitions on natural history. With something for everyone, visitors can spend days exploring endless halls of glittering minerals, ancient cultures and extinct beasts. Don't miss the cursed Hope Diamond, the living coral reef within the sparkling new Ocean Hall, and thousands of living creepy crawlies at the Insect Zoo. Tired of touring? Stop in at the inviting cafe and museum shop or take in a awe-inspiring 3-D film on the enormous screen of the Samuel C. Johnson IMAX Theater.
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This is the ore exhibition area on the 2nd floor of the Natural History Museum. The colorful ore seems to tell the miracle of nature creation. At the same time, the masters of chemistry show what elements of color have long forgotten...
Washington's Capitol Hill, surrounded by its National Mall, has many famous museums, among which the National Museum of Natural History is a must-see for many tourists.
This special ore and gemstone exhibition area not only allows me to appreciate the legend of natural creation, but also allows us to see countless precious stones, jewels, and mouth-watering.
The National Museum of Natural History is part of the Smithsonian Institution and is located on Capitol Hill. Some of the Smithsonian Institution's pavilions are now open for free.
As one of the world's most famous natural history museums, Washington's museums look unique. Its no surprise that the gem exhibition and the mummies exhibition are really shocking. Personal feeling is by far the most interesting pavilion, which displays skeleton specimens of various animals. This is definitely the most unique exhibition area in the world. Don't be scared if you come to eat.
Washington's Capitol Hill, surrounded by its National Mall, has many famous museums. As a science and engineering man, a natural history lover, the National Museum of Natural History is inevitably not to be missed. The Museum of Natural History is part of the Smithsonian Collection, and the biggest feature of the museum is free admission.
The first thing that enters the Natural History Museum is the huge African elephant below the central dome. The nostrils are in the sky and the power is fierce. The African elephant specimen is 14 feet tall and weighs 12 tons. One of the most important specimens in the museum.
The Aquarium has a lot of scientific knowledge and marine biological specimens that describe the past, present and future of the ocean. What you will never miss is the huge right whale model hanging in the exhibition hall, which is 45 feet long and is said to be A replica of a model of a right whale named Phoenix.
In addition, the Gem Pavilion, the Bone Pavilion, the African Animal Zone, the Egyptian Zone, etc., all have exquisite collections on display.