Located in the neighborhood of South Kensington on the same street where the famous Victoria and Albert museums and the Science Museum are also located, we find the Natural History Museum of London.
The Natural History Museum in London is a museum for the whole family to enjoy and where dinosaur skeletons could not be missing, one of its greatest attractions.
If you visit London and go to this museum, you will surely not forget the experience.
What to see at the Natural History Museum in London
In this spectacular museum, built between 1873 and 1870, we can find no less than 70 million specimens and objects related to nature.
Much of the collection comes from the British Museum and another part of the old Geological Museum that was absorbed by it.
The first thing you find when entering the Natural History Museum is the imposing hall where the skeletons of various dinosaurs are found.
The most important of all is a huge Diplodocus, although there we can also find a Mastodon that was brought from Chile.
Around this hall are the different sections of the museum dedicated to botany, paleontology, zoology, entomology and mineralogy.
Among its collection, we must highlight the section dedicated to dinosaurs where we can see several recreations and numerous skeletons. Also very interesting is the area of mammals with numerous animals, among which is a life-size giant blue whale.
Without a doubt, this is one of the favorite museums for visitors to London, especially since children can enjoy and learn a lot in it.
If you want to find more information you can go to the official page of the Natural History Museum of London.