Natural History Museum

Top 1% of attractions in London
9 / 10

15 expert reviews

“One of three frontages in the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Natural History Museum is one mile in depth and has two façades 1,000 feet long.”

– Travel + Leisure

"The ornate terracotta facade of this enormous Victorian museum is strewn with relief panels depicting living creatures to the left of the entrance and extinct ones to the right." Full review
"This is just one of the three huge galleries (all free) off Exhibition Road in South Kensington, the others being the Science Museum and the V&A."
"A soaring Romanesque structure that provides a suitably reverent setting for what is often described as a "cathedral of nature"." Full review
Time Out
"Both a research institution and a fabulous museum, the NHM opened in Alfred Waterhouse’s purpose-built Romanesque palazzo on the Cromwell Road in 1881." Full review
Let's Go
"Beeline for the back of the museum to see the unrepeatable Cadogan Gallery: a collection of British treasures." Full review
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