Natural History Museum, London

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The Natural History Museum is situated in London, it is a museum of natural history and displays a large collection of specimens and objects from natural history. The museum was opened in 1881.

The museum is home to some 80 million objects, mainly on botany, entomology, mineralogy, palaeontology and zoology. The museum has collections of specimens that were gathered by Charles Darwin. The museum is recognisable by its collection of dinosaurs and it's Diplodocus skeleton that stretches down the main hall.

Getting there

The museum is one of three museums that are situated on Exhibition Road in the South Kensington area of London, although the main entrance to the museum is on Cromwell Road. The museum is accessible by London’s transport system, ‘South Kensington’ is the closest tube station to the museum.

Opening Times and Admission

Access to the museum is free to the public, it is advised to do a little research before you attend due to the size of the collection. There are places to eat and drink situated inside the museum.

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