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Natural History Museum

4.6/5346 Reviews

Business Hours

Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:50 PM


Cromwell Road,London SW7 5BD


from USD 19.9
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About Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum is in Victorian style. It has hundreds of interactive platforms relating to eco-science and worlds of animals, among which the Earthquake Experiencing Gallery, Earth Gallery and Dinosaur Gallery are the most popular. The treasure of this museum is the skeleton of diplodocus which almost occupies the entire central hall. In addition, there are reptiles under magnification to help people explore the world of mammals and learn more about human biology.
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Getting Around

You can take subway District, Circle or Piccadilly line and alight at South Kensington Station.
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Helpful Information

1.It is very crowded at the Natural History Museum during the weekends, public holidays and summer/winter breaks, and therefore, it is highly recommended that you do not visit the place during these periods. 2. Photo taking is allowed within the museum, but please do not bring along tripod stand and selfie stick. 3.It is advisable that you keep quiet during your tour in the museum, and do not make any noises or run around the place.
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Special Events

The Natural History Museum exhibit the fossils of dinosaurs, the specimens of animals and plants, and is a very good place to understand the evolution of life forms. The museum building itself is like a cathedral with its carved inner and outer walls and the huge Diplodocus fossil model there are its ‘trademark’. The Dinosaur Hall on the first floor is the most popular hall of the museum, and it exhibits the fossils and bones specimens of many different types of dinosaurs. On the second floor is the Mammal Hall where it displays the bone structure model of a huge whale near its entrance. Besides the specimens of mammals, there are also different types of rocks and gemstones being exhibited. On the third floor is the Modern Plant Hall. The museum also has a wealth of interactive facilities such as testing equipment for weighing blue whales and aging devices to measure ages of animals and plants, and they are open to public.
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