Natural History Museum of London guided tour
- Uncover the secrets of the Museum's world-class collection
- See everything from giant dinosaur skeletons to ancient meteorites!
- Benefit from a personal small group tour led by an expert guide
You'll get up close to over 4.5 billion years of history at London’s Natural History Museum, where giant dinosaurs and mystical gemstones have been wowing visitors since the 19th century.
On this 2 hour semi-private guided museum tour, welcoming up to 8 guests, you’ll learn about the secret histories of the all-stars housed in this “cathedral to nature.” From Earth’s beginnings to the dawn of our species, this museum houses some 80 million specimens in a labyrinth of galleries.
Your expert guide will navigate you through them, introducing you to characters like Sophie the Stegosaurus and the skeleton of the long-gone Dodo along the way. You’ll catch a glimpse of the rare Archaeopteryx – the alleged missing link between dinosaurs and birds.
You’ll stand awestruck by the enormous slice of a Giant Sequoia, a marvel of the natural world. Visit the casts of victims from the volcanic disaster at Pompeii and learn about civilizations that once used human skulls as drinking vessels.
By the end, you’ll no doubt have a greater appreciation for the natural world all around you, and for the world-class collection that the Natural History Museum has amassed over the years.
- 1.5 to 2 hour guided tour
- Live guide
- Optional gratuities
- Food and beverages
- Child (age 9 and under): reduced
- Youth (aged 10 to 17): reduced
The Natural History Museum, Knightsbridge, London SW7 2PA, UK
Meet your guide by the red telephone booth across the street from Exhibition Road entrance of the Natural History Museum (outside on the East of the building on Exhibition Road)
- The group size of this tour is never more than 8 people for a more personal experience
- Please dress appropriately as the tour will run come rain or shine
- Regrettably this tour is not available for those with walking disabilities or wheelchair users
- Every day
- Departs at 10:00 am
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