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This is my no.1 favorite museum in London. No matter how many times I visit here, there is always something that amazes me. It starts right from the great building that houses it. You can not help but appreciate the detailed architecture.
As you enter, a huge dinosaur skeleton greets you. On the left side room, you have more dinosaur skeletons. Thanks to Mr. Steven Spielberg, you can imagine the Jurassic Park images and hope these creatures don’t become alive.
Natural History Museum
On the right side of the entrance, there is quite a few interesting stuff as well, including stuffed animals, birds, butterflies. See the Whale as well. If you are short of time, their website gives you a list of what you should not miss. A must see Museum in London.
If I win the lotto, I promise, I’ll pay all museums for all my free visits. The joy I have got from visiting these, again and again, is priceless. You are doing fantastic service, keep it up.
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