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Reviewed 28 June 2018

One can spend a full day here easily or just few hours and select those parts of museum that interest you. Went mainly to see the dinosaur fossils but ended up browsing around for three hours. The museum is also free to enter and there is donation possibility if you want to pay for your visit. Definitely worth seeing in London

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Reviewed 28 June 2018

I definitely recommend this for families with small children because it is quite the layout of dinosaur bones and interesting animal life.

Though, visiting it with my grandmother, we found it a pleasant stop but not an "must-see" though the architecture of the museum is quite stunning.

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Reviewed 28 June 2018 via mobile

A tantalising glimpse of the profound archaeological and cultural heritage of the wider area! Brilliant!

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Reviewed 28 June 2018

Have visited this museum more than once in the past, but remains a favourite. Things have changed quite a bit since my last visit (1987) but not the value and enjoyment derived from an excellent exhibition of what was. The Brits just know how to get it right. Thank you !

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Reviewed 27 June 2018

I was excited to visit the Natural History Museum specifically to see the Mary Anning fossils in the paleontology hall. I wasn't disappointed, by the exhibit or by the museum in it's entirety.
This museum is one of the triumvirate of the British museums, the BM, the British Library, and the Natural History Museum.
See them all if you have the chance.

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