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Natural History Museum

The world famous Natural History Museum in London first opened its doors to the public in 1881 and features hundreds of exciting, interactive natural exhibits divided into four zones: Green, Blue, Red and Orange. On show is the world's finest collection of natural history artefacts - over 78 million objects in total, so it is no surprise that the museum sees more than 3.8 million visitors every year.

Highlights include the famous 'Dinosaurs' collection - the ultimate dinosaur exhibition where you can inspect dinosaur skeletons and sort the facts from the myths, and 'Mammals' where you will see some of the largest creatures on the planet.

'The Power Within' section is where you will discover what causes earthquakes and volcanoes, what they feel and look like, and how scientists work to predict them. The impressive Central Hall is one of the most popular areas of the Natural History Museum with the 26 metres Diplodocus skeleton and a 1,300-year-old giant sequoia, whilst the 'Earth's Treasury' gallery features minerals, gems and rocks on display, from the familiar to unusual. Zones:

Red Zone Green Zone Blue Zone Orange Zone
Visions of Earth Central Hall Dinosaurs Wildlife Garden - open between 1 April and 31 October
Earth Today and Tomorrow Fossil Marine Reptiles Fishes, Amphibians and Reptiles Darwin Centre
From the Beginning Fossils from Britain Human Biology
Earth's Treasury Ecology Marine Invertebrates
The Power Within Creepy Crawlies Mammals and Mammals (blue whale)
Restless Surface Birds
Earth Lab Our Place in Evolution
Lasting Impressions Minerals
The Vault
Primates
Tree

Admission
Free

Address
Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road
London
SW7 5BD

Official website:
www.nhm.ac.uk


Hotels near Natural History Museum

The following hotels are near Natural History Museum, London.