Natural History Museum
from 3 user reviews
|Address:||Cromwell Road, SW7 5BD|
|Map:||See Natural History Museum on a map|
|Nearest Station:||South Kensington|
I love coming here - it doesn't matter if you're a tourist or a resident - they seem to change the exhibitions so frequently that there's always something new to see. And the main part of the museum is free! Incredible!
I love the Natural History Museum - it's a fantastic building full of fantastic things. If you love nature and science this is a great place to visit - and it's free!
I went recently to see the Wildlife Photographer of the Year. It was busy and you had to buy time slots - but the exhibition was great!
Location: West Midlands
One of the best places to be in London. The building looks wonderful from the outside and it hides many secrets. When you come in you are face to face with a huge skeleton of an animal from long ago. The most populair by kids are the dinosaurs. Some really move and the most impressive is the T-Rex. A must see for children, but young ones might be scared of the noises and the big animals. Another impressive thing is the part of a Seqoia Tree. It is huge and has a tale to tell. If you want to visit this museum be on time as the cues can get long, because of the security checks, but also because the gates are still closed.
A great place for all ages, a national institution in every sense of the phrase. The building itself makes it worth a visit. Ideal for rainy days and educational for all. Watch out for the annual wildlife photography exhibition which is just fantastic.