London 122 – Dinosaurs at Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum is a London museum of natural history that exhibits a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history, mostly famous for its collections of dinosaurs’ skeletons and fossils. I like the fact that almost all museums in London are free to enter, which include this museum. I’m not a big dinosaurs fan but it was interesting to visit and learn more about them as the extinct species that once roam the earth. Be ready for a lot of kids and children around while visiting as they could be overly excited whenever they see any dinosaurs. The center piece of the museum right at the entrance of the museum is the Diplodocus skeleton cast, which fascinated many visitors even though it was not even the real thing. Anyway, it was a fun short stroll around the museum before we made way to the Victoria and Albert Museum across the road. Also, I could now checked dinosaurs’ skeletons and fossils from the list of things to see in my lifetime…
Diplodocus skeleton cast

The center piece of the museum – Diplodocus skeleton cast
The fake dinosaur
Address: Cromwell Rd, London SW7 5BD, United Kingdom
Opening Hours: 10.00am – 5.50pm 
Getting There: The nearest Tube station is South Kensington on the District, Piccadilly and Circle lines. The station is approximately five minutes’ walk from the Museum.

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