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Explore the fascinating Natural History Museum

Experience the fascinating history of our world at the free Natural History Museum, South Kensington, London. One of the most famous museums in the UK, it's home to one of the largest collections of natural history specimens and exhibitions in the world. 2017 has seen the introduction of a staggering blue whale skeleton, and a new exhibition on these intriguing animals' history on our planet. With over 80 million items to see, you're sure to have an eye-opening journey through the story of the world we live in.

South Kensington - London's nest of knowledge

South Kensington is known for its concentration of fascinating museums. The Natural History Museum is connected to the Science Museum, which also has free entry. Additionally, visitors can reach the Victoria and Albert Museum a short journey away via public transport. You may also want to take a relaxing stroll around Hyde Park or Kensington Gardens.

Look to the future at The Science Museum

Visitors to the Natural History Museum can go straight into the Science Museum, a free-entry musuem and fascinating institute. It's arguably the most popular science and technology museum in Europe. With fascinating exhibitions and interactive displays, including famous objects like the original Apollo 10 command capsule, science nerds and newbies alike are sure to have a great day out here.

Planning a trip to the Natural History Museum? Travelodge London Fulham Hotel is a 15-minute drive away, and Travelodge London Vauxhall Hotel can be reached within 20 minutes via public transport.