London’s Natural History Museum

An impressive view of the museum

An impressive view of the museum

An impressive building with an impressive interior and displays. Thousands visit the museum every day of the year… to wander its vast halls or just sit outside for lunch and a drink. It was also the setting for David Suchet’s ‘Poirot’ in “The Veiled Lady”

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1 Response to London’s Natural History Museum

  1. jan finnis says:

    My son, Michael, and I visited this museum in 1993 especially so i could see the crystal skull. It was so fascinating that i couldn’t stop looking at it and kept going back for more. No one knows how it could have been made with the tools they would have had in that time. It is absolutely beautiful.

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