Natural History Museum

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Description Museum of the natural world; there are a huge range of exhibits from animated dinosaurs to an earthquake experience
Address Cromwell Road
LONDON
SW7 5BD
Telephone 020 7942 5000
Hours Monday to Sunday: 10am - 5.50pm
Last admission 5.30pm
Services See Notes
Transport Tube: South Kensington ( District, Circle,
Piccadilly)
Buses: 14,49,70,74,345,360,414 and C1
Fees Admission is free but there are sometimes charges for special exhibitions.
Notes Rediscover 4,000 million years of life on Earth in the greatest exhibition of life in the world. The Natural History Museum offers a huge range of entertaining and diverse exhibits - from animated dinosaurs to simulated earthquakes.

As one of London's main attractions, it offers a unique venue for social and business entertaining. The Central Hall, North Hall, Spencer Gallery and Mammal Gallery are all available for hire for dinner/dances, cocktail receptions, presentations, etc. from 20 to 1,200 people. These are just some of the galleries - please telephone for more details.
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Last Updated 08 September 2015

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