The Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum is unique among Britain's national Museums. Not only is it a major public attraction, it is also a world-renowned institution for scientific research. The Museum's vast collection, much of it unseen by the public, forms an unrivalled database of life. More than 300 scientists and librarians work there, behind the scenes, researching, organizing and curating the 78 million specimens and over 1 million books, artworks, and manuscripts.

Thought by many to be one of  the finest nature museums of  in the World, the Natural History Museum was opened to the public in 1881. Today, the Museum holds a phenomenal 68 million specimens from all around the world, many displayed in the most imaginative way possible, often using the latest interactive technology.


Recommended Internet Sites

The Official Site of The Museum


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