Natural History Museum


Creative Review says: Casson Mann's reworking of the Natural History Museum's vast Hintze Hall sees new displays working with the architecture of the building – and a blue whale skeleton installed as its centrepiece. read more
Time Out says: Both a research institution and a fabulous museum, the Natural History Museum opened in Alfred Waterhouse's purpose-built Romanesque cathedral of nature on the Cromwell Road in 1881. read more
Telegraph says: David Attenborough summed up his impressions of the Natural History Museum for a six-part television series that starts this week: “The front door is pretty impressive stuff. You're into something special. read more
World Wide Writer says: I'd been to the Natural History Museum many times when I was younger, but I remembered it as a dingy, dusty building, a poor rival to the nearby Science Museum. All that has changed now; the museum has been cleaned and given a facelift, so that you can see it in all its finery. read more




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