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Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum, with its grand Romanesque architecture, is hailed as a temple of nature and ‘the animal’s Westminster Abbey’ and should be on your list of things to do in London. Its most famous inhabitant is the diplodocus cast but it boasts over 70 million other exhibits, from microscopic cells to mammoth skeletons and Martian meteorites.

 

Address
Cromwell Road,
Chelsea,
SW7 5BD
Telephone
+44 207 942 5000
Website
nhm.ac.uk
Opening Times
daily, 10am (11am Sun)-5.50pm
Price
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