Natural History Museum, London

About the Natural History Museum

This is definitely one of the best museums in London to explore. Dinosaurs and the Darwin Centre are some of the most popular exhibits with thousands of visitors captivated by the life size skeletons and taxonomy. The David Attenborough exhibit is well worth wandering around.

This museum will captivate you at any age. Uncover the stories behind Museum specimens and collections, the fascinating work of their scientists, and their latest exhibitions including the chance to join experts in the Darwin Centre’s high-tech Attenborough Studio in topical discussions about science and nature.

Helpful information about the Natural History Museum

The Entry to the Natural History Museum is free. There are admission charges for some of the special exhibitions and events.  It is open daily 10.00 - 17.50. and the last admission is 17.30. However, it is open late on the last Friday of each month. It is closed 24 - 26 December.  There is a gift shop, cafe, picnic area and restaurant. They also have Event facilities available with Breakout rooms.

Where to stay near the Natural History Museum

There are plenty of hotels in a variety of locations around the Natural History Museum, London, so whether you are seeking a family room, making a night of it in a luxury hotel or simply looking for somewhere to rest your head, there are is lots to choose from nearby to suit all budgets, as well as, houses, apartments and boats. Check out our accommodation in London.

Things to do near the Natural History Museum, London

Things to see in and around the Natural History Museum include the Science Museum, Victoria and Albert, royal Albert Hall, Baden-Powell Hose,  Albert Memorial and many more interesting events.

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