Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum is home to one of the world’s most important natural history collections and attracts nearly 5 million visitors every year. Each year there are about 4 special exhibitions, from award-winning wildlife photography to explorations of the natural world, its science, preservation and artistic interpretation.
More than 300 scientists work behind the scenes on the Museum’s 70 million specimen collection – from meteorites and mammals to dinosaurs and ancient human remains. Science at the Museum divides into Earth Sciences, including mineralogy, palaeontology, and Life Sciences, comprising botany, entomology, and zoology.
The Darwin Centre is the Museum’s innovative life sciences complex, turning the spotlight on the important role the Museum plays in generating knowledge about the natural world.
Opening Times: Every Day: 10:00am – 17:50pm
Costs: Free Entry, but their temporary exhibitions are ticketed.
Photo Credits: © Copyright Natural History Museum
For further information please visit: http://www.nhm.ac.uk