Explore the natural history of the planet Earth from the prehistoric era to the present day at one of London's most ... More
Natural History Museum
Explore the natural history of the planet Earth from the prehistoric era to the present day at one of London's most visited museums. In 1881, the Natural History Museum moved to its present venue. Designed by Alfred Waterhouse, this building is now one of London's most beautiful and most recognized museums. The halls house more than 300 years worth of collections, with over 68 million specimens. Broadly divided into Life and Earth galleries, the museum provides much more than can be seen in a day, and your feet will get tired before your brain does. Let your kids run wild among dinosaur skeletons, erupting volcanoes and life size constructs of blue whales - it's unlikely they'll ever forget their first visit here.
The dinosaur skeletons on the ground floor of the National Museum of Natural History are sure to please the kids.
But there is something here for everyone. The famous cursed Hope Diamond is on display as well as a ...
The Geffrye Museum of the Home explores the history of interior design, architecture and decoration. Each room is set in
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Once the home of the Bishop of London and situated in the picturesque Bishop's Park , the Museum building based
in an early 19th century part of Fulham Palace has a Tudor courtyard, herb garden, and beautiful grounds. There ...