The Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum is a museum of natural history located on Cromwell Road in London. It exhibits around 80 million of specimens of life and earth science.

The Natural History Museum London

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The Natural History Museum includes fascinating and interactive natural exhibitions and organizes regular exciting events.

Explore the immense world of nature and science and enjoy the experience of seeing the most attractive exhibits of the nature’s history.

While walking through the halls of the amazing museum’s building, you’ll be astonished by the varied collections and galleries and their remarkable historic value. Don’t miss the Dinosaurs gallery with many skeleton and valuable prints, the Mammals display full of huge models and the Darwin Centre, where you can do self-guided tour and discover real scientific laboratories.

There are five main collections: Botany, entomology, mineralogy, paleontology and zoology. And large galleries divided by zones:

The red zone themed around geology and the changing of earth. It contains the Earth Lab, Volcanoes and Earthquakes, Earth’s Treasury, Lasting Impressions, etc.

The green zone themed around ecology. It contains Birds gallery, Creepy Crawlies, Fossil Marine Reptiles, Minerals, etc.

The blue zone themed around Human Biology and zoology. It contains the Dinosaurs, Fish, Amphibians and Reptiles, Marine Invertebrates, Mammals, etc

The orange zone comprising the Wildlife Garden and Darwin Centre.