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Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story at London’s Natural History Museum

Last week I popped round to the Natural History Museum to catch the Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story exhibition and was so glad I did. It’s a great show chronicling human existence in Britain since the first people set foot here (or at least as far back as the evidence suggests). I recommend going as it’s almost guaranteed you’ll be wowed by the artefacts and items on display. Continue reading

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Top Tips for Visiting London’s Natural History Museum (CheapOair)

London’s Natural History Museum is one of three museums on Exhibition Road in South Kensington’s Museum Quarter. Constructed in the late 1800s the massive Victorian era, Romanesque Revival marvel which houses the museum’s collections and special exhibitions are for architecture buffs reason alone to pay a visit. For fans of natural history, plenty more treasures await inside. Continue reading

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Friday Late at the Victoria & Albert Museum (OneTravel)

An especially smart time to visit the museum is during the evening of the late Friday of each month (excluding December) for free activities and exhibition entry lasting until 10 p.m. and based around a central design theme. The next … Continue reading

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