National History Museum

April, 2018

Photo by Yeo Khee on Unsplash

The National History Museum is an absolutely stunning place to visit.  It’s enormous so make sure you give yourself plenty of time, because there really is lots to see!

Entry is free but they often have paid-for exhibitions (we saw an excellent one on Moths) and these often get you fast track entry into the main Museum, which is very helpful on busy days!

Ideal for:

  • solo travellers
  • couples
  • families

For more information visit the official page for the National History Museum.

National History Museum

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