The Natural History Museum

Way back in 1753 Sir Hans Sloane's collection of extensive natural curiosities were left to the nation. A decision to have his & other collections in one place led to the construction of the Natural History Museum in 1881.


Today you can feel what it is like when an earthquake strikes or catch sight of an animatronic T. Rex. With more than 70 million specimens and holding the title of holding the worlds largest natural collections. To see or learn Something new at the Natural History Museum is a gaurantee.

Opening times

Mon - Sun 10.00 - 17.50  (including bank holidays)

Entry is Free.
There may be a charge for special exhibition


Wheelchair accessible

cafe/beverages available

food available

Alcoholic beverages available


What's on at the Science Museum







Image Gallery. Click on image to enlarge

More Info


Natural History Musem Website




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