What? A museum dedicated to Life and Earth Science and home to over 70 million artefacts, some collected by Darwin himself! The famous skeleton of the Diplodocus in the Central Hall is just one of many skeletons on show. A favourite amongst both adults and children, this is a must when visiting London. Entry is free.
Where? Cromwell Road, SW7 5BD. The nearest underground station is South Kensington.
From the Hotel The easiest way to get to the Museum from the Hotel is by Underground. Exit the Hotel, cross St George’s Drive and walk straight ahead onto Warwick Way. At the second set of traffic lights take a left onto Wilton Road and walk all the way down to Victoria station. From here take the District line westbound to South Kensington. Follow the signs from the station to the Museum.
When? Monday to Sunday 10.00 to 5.50pm