The Natural History Museum

What? A museum dedicated to Life and Earth Science and home to over 70 million artefacts, some collected by Darwin himself! The famous skeleton of the Diplodocus in the Central Hall is just one of many skeletons on show. A favourite amongst both adults and children, this is a must when visiting London. Entry is free.natural-history

Where? Cromwell Road, SW7 5BD. South Kensington will be the nearest underground station.

If you are looking for the easiest way to reach the Museum from the hotel, Underground will be the most convenient. Upon exiting the hotel, take a right turn and walk till the end of Gunterstone Road. You will have to turn right and walk till you reach the Kensington Station. Board the District Line eastbound to South Kensington and you will reach the destination.

When? Monday to Sunday 10.00 to 5.50pm