Natural History Museum (London) Reviews
Description:Cromwell Road, SW7. Tel: +44 (0)207 942 5000. South Kensington tube. Open 10am-5.50pm Mon-Sat; 11am-4pm Sun. Admission ... more
Newest Review: ... Galleries throwing a cursory look at the Earth Gallery due to our time available. Easily you need hours just to walk around the Life Gallery alone. They are split into dinosaurs, insects, mammals, primates, minerals and origin of species covering a good two thirds of the Museum. Beginning at the dinosaurs, we walked into a dimmed area to be met by a Camerasaurus skeleton with its blackened ... more
Customer Natural History Museum (London) Reviews (22)
by - written on 08/03/12 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I am fascinated with history and feel at home in Museums, I am one of those people who you would guarantee to visit the local Museum when on holiday or for the sheer fun of a day out visit a Museum in another city, and this was one of those days. Mum and I went to London and visited a Museum: not just any run of the mill Museum but one of the largest Museums in Europe: The Natural History Museum. Rather than bore you with the full details of my journey I will just briefly say Mum and I decided we would go for a day out to the nations capital on one of local train company special deals without any idea where we would visit it was a case of pot luck until we got ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
***This review is based on the museum AND the 'Age of the Dinosaurs' special exhibition.*** I have always visited the museum when I have been in London as it has become my favourite place in the world, it must have one the most famous facades in the world! This time though it was for my son as I had bought tickets for the 'Age of the Dinosaurs' exhibit, it had cost £30.30 (with donation) for two adults and 1 child (my 8 y/o sister). ***THE MUSEUM*** The museum is on Cromwell Road, Kensington and has two tube stations within walking distance (south Kensington and Gloucester rd) and is also on major bus routes so getting there is quite easy, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/10, updated on 18/05/10 (Very useful, 57 readings)
The Natural History Museum is very easy to locate, it is across the road from the Victoria & Albert Museum and right next to the Science Museum. From the outside, the building looks like a large church or cathedral, and upon walking into the main hall visitors are greeted with a staggering view of a Dippolodocus (Dinosaur!) within a spectacular cathedral-esque hall. This sets the theme for the entire museum, a splendid and eye opening sight awaits you at every turn! The Natural History Museum is one of the best museums in Europe; there is such a wide range of objects and exhibits within the museum. For those interested in animals, there is a huge ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Let me say straight away that the Natural History Museum in London is HUGE and therefore I cannot review it all here and do it justice. I shall review only the exhibits that I saw on my last visit and hope this gives you a taster of what the NHM has to offer. The Natural History Museum is in Exhibition Road in South Kensington. If you go by tube, make sure you get the underpass from the tube station but read the signs carefully or you might end up goin under the road all the way to the Royal Albert Hall. The NHM is a big stone building with lots of creatures carved into it, just the exterior is a sight to behold. There is a set of stairs outside with a curving ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
The Natural History Museum is situated in Cromwell Road near to South Kensington tube in London. The museum is next door to the Science Museum and accross the street from the Victoria & Albert Museum. The Royal Albert Hall is within easy walking distance as well, you should bear these in mind when planning your trip as you can easily fit all of them in should your time be limited. Entry to the museum is totally free since 2001 (they do charge a small fee for certain exhibits and you can make a donation of £3 which is totally optional) and the museum opens every day of the year apart from three days during Christmas. Opening times are 10am until ... Read the complete review
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