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NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM

Hi, this afternoon I am going to talk about a museum if you go to London not to be missed. It is the Natural History Museum

WHY VISIT THE MUSEUM?
The Natural History Museum of London deals with Earth and the life forms that have originated and evolved in it. It has an extensive collection of more than 70 million specimens and objects related to the natural world.Before you enter the Museum and begin to marvel, since the view of the Museum building is spectacular. The building is built in a typical Victorian architecture with sculptures on the front represented animals and plants modern and extinct. As we know London is a very expensive city to visit, but as all British public museums, the admission to this museum is free.

The Natural History Museum ofLondon deals with Earth and the life forms that have originated and evolved in it. It has an extensive collection of more than 70 million specimens and objects related to the natural world. Before you enter the Museum and begin to marvel, since the view of the Museum building is spectacular. The building is built in a typical Victorian architecture with sculptures on the front represented animalsand plants modern and extinct. As we know London is a very expensive city to visit, but as all British public museums, the admission to this museum is free.

HOW TO ARRIVE?
The museum is situated in South Kensington, Cromwell Road. There are many ways to get: ● By Tube: Close to South Kensington Station. Lines Distric, Circle and Piccadilly. By Bus: Routes 14, 49, 70, 74, 345, 360, 414 and C1.By Bike: There is a space reserved for parking bike at the entrance of Cromwell Road, in the green zone in the east. By Car: Arriving by car is not easy cheap, but there is a controlled parking zone in Exhibition Road.

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The museum is situated in South Kensington, Cromwell Road. There are many ways to get: ● By Tube: Close to South Kensington Station. Lines Distric, Circle andPiccadilly. ● By Bus: Routes 14, 49, 70, 74, 345, 360, 414 and C1. ● By Bike: There is a space reserved for parking bike at the entrance of Cromwell Road, in the green zone in the east. ● By Car: Arriving by car is not easy cheap, but there is a controlled parking zone in Exhibition Road.

INFORMATION TO VISIT
We can visit the museum in our language. Information staff speak different languages. Theplans, guides and souvenir information touch screens are available in several languages. For deaf people who know there are qualified staff in sign language. You can take pictures and videos in the museum, provided they are for personal use. Ideal to go with children: ● ● ● ● Scientific laboratory for children 7 to 14: Investigate. Manipulating geological specimens in the Earth Lab. Guidesdiscoveries for all ages. Activities for children under seven years with backpacks Explores.

SCHEDULE: ● Monday to Saturday: 10:00 to 17:50 ● Sunday: 11:00 to 17:50 ● Last Admission: 17:30

We can visit the museum in our language. Information staff speak different languages. The plans, guides and souvenir information touch screens are available in several languages. For deaf people who know there arequalified staff in sign language. You can take pictures and videos in the museum, provided they are for personal use. Ideal to go with children: ● Scientific laboratory for children 7 to 14: Investigate. ● Manipulating geological specimens in the Earth Lab. ● Guides discoveries for all ages. ● Activities for children under seven years with backpacks Explores.



SCHEDULE: ● Monday toSaturday: 10:00 to 17:50 ● Sunday: 11:00 to 17:50 ● Last Admission: 17:30

HISTORY
The Natural History Museum is one of the three major museums located on Exhibition Road, (the others are the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum). It all began when the doctor and collector of natural curiosities, Sir Hans Sloane, donated his extensive collection to the nation in 1753. This collection...
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