Natural History Museum
The National History Museum is part of the fabric of London, one the most popular attractions and an integral part of bringing together a vast range of artefacts from every continent in the world. The museum is a celebration of our beautiful planet, a testament to the evolution of nature that protects rare objects and items that have identified the changing face of the planet over time.
The museum opened in 1881 and has become famous for its astonishing collection of dinosaur skeletons and remains. For many years a full scale Diplodocus cast welcomed visitors as they ventured through the doors of the cathedral like building, and now an equally impressive skeleton of a blue whale hangs in its place. Be it ancient, extinct animals, or rare birds and strange insects, the Natural History Museum provides an unbeatable opportunity to explore the world as you’ve never experienced it before.
Tel: 020 7942 5000
This wonderful wildlife photography exhibition has been running for 53 years and this year it returns to the Natural History Museum, which feels like the most fitting home. Visitors can enjoy images of some of the the most amazing and rarest spieces in the world taken by both amateur and professional photographers. There will be over 100 hundred images on display covering everything from insects right through to the most powerful mammals on the planet.BFREEd◄ 2
- 2 x Adult: Free
- 0 x Child: Free
- 0 x OAP: Free