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About Natural History Museum

Famous for its fascinating display of dinosaur skeletons and elaborate architecture, London’s Natural History Museum is often referred to as a "cathedral of nature". Home to 80 million life and earth science specimens, the museum is a world-famous centre of research focusing in taxonomy and conservation. In addition to great scientific value, many of the collections have historical significance, particularly the specimens collected by Charles Darwin.

Things to do in Kensington (London)

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Natural History Museum is 2km from the centre of Kensington (London) , the nearest airport 25.1km (London City Airport).
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