Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Natural History Museum - London South Kensington

Following from the previous post we went to the Natural History Museum.

I love the Natural History Museum! It's one of my favourite museums in London! Skeletons, dinosaurs, fossils and bugs interest me more than the mechanics of an engine.

If you plan to go there, try and get there early to avoid the queues and crowds. There are 2 entrances to the museum. The main entrance leads to the dinosaurs and the side entrance leads to the volcano and earthquake exhibition. We took the side entrance...

Big statues that greeted us at the side entrance

Escalator leading to the volcano and earthquake exhibition
Fossils and Skeletons and a stuffed ostrich
The Creepy Crawlies section
There was a long queue for the dinosaurs so we didn't go in - but I was there 6 months ago, and it was awesome!
Dinosaur

The massive queue for the dinosaurs 
Geeky information:
Admission: Free
Location: Exhibition Road, South Kensington

Website: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/


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