Approximately 1 hour away from our apartments in Newbury, you will find yourself in the heart of London. With there being plenty to do and see in London, we have taken the time to write some information on various places to see across the city, starting with the museums.
There are some extraordinary museums across London, in this post we will be focusing on The Natural History Museum.
The Natural History Museum exhibits a vast range of speciments from various segments of natural History. Located in South Kensington, it is one of three major museums on Exhibition Road, the others are The Victoria and Albert Museum and The Science Museum.
Here you will find hundreds of exciting, interactive exhibits in one of London’s most stunning landmark buildings. The state of the art Darwin Centre Cocoon is a fascinating exhibit, you can see hundreds of interesting specimens and look into laboratories where scientists are at work. The most popular exhibit at The Natural History Museum is the Dinosaurs gallery, here you can explore the different time periods in which dinosaurs lived as well as see the first T Rex fossil ever found, one of the largest meat eaters unearthed in Europe known as the Baryonyx and many more exciting exhibits. There is also a fantastic mammals display with an unforgettable model blue whale and the breathtaking central hall which is home to the museums iconic Diplodocus skeleton.