Natural History Museum

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What to see:

Anyone who even remotely enjoys nature and is fascinated by the animal kingdom will find visiting this museum a real treat. The highlight of the museum must be the Dinosaur gallery which has become one of the most popular galleries.

How to get there:

Address: Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD

Nearest underground station:

South Kensington (District, Circle, Piccadilly line)

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What are the opening hours:

Monday to Sunday: 10am – 5.50pm (last entry 5.30pm)

How much is the admission fee:

Free (except special exhibitions)

What website to visit: www.nhm.ac.uk

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