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The Grant Museum is the only remaining university zoological museum in London. It houses around 67,000 specimens, covering the whole of the Animal Kingdom. Founded in 1827 as a teaching collection, the Museum is packed full of skeletons, mounted...more
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There is simply loads to look at in this small museum. Filled from floor to ceiling with exhibits you notice something different on every visit.
There are a range of specimens in jars along with many full skeletons on display.
It’s free and it’s brilliant
Stumbled across Grant Museum, whilst wandering Fitzrovia. What a lovely surprise!
Amazing building, with intriguing, quirky exhibits floor to ceiling. A real feast for your eyes. I particularly loved the skeletons looking over the balcony.
This museum is part of University College London and is still used for teaching. The museum is actually quite small, but is packed with some of the most amazing exhibits of skeletons and other preserved zoological specimens.
Even though the museum is small, it takes...More
A world away from the family friendly exhibits Natural History Museum is this tiny room of wonders. Every single shelf is stacked with skeletons, fossils and jars (including a jar of moles?!) It is a fascinating, if macabre, place, and includes dodo bones and a...More
The first cabinet in this museum is arguably the best: it contains multiple preserved creatures, including the remains of a dead Tasmanian Tiger- a creature which has now been hunted to extinction. It also contained a jar of mole pups, lizards and many more natural...More
The setting is in an educational area of London. The museum itself is small but packed with some very old well cared for biological exhibits. I personally like the various skeletons meticulously put together by some very skilled biologists. It is best to bus it...More
A quirky museum with a myriad of exhibits from microscope slides to the antlers of a giant deer, there's plenty to see here and you can chose to sponsor one of the exhibits too.
There's no charge for entry and the museum isn't very big...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and
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Please suggest changes if you think that would be better? Monday Arrive in London 12pm Drop bags of at hotel Visit V&A Grab late lunch/early dinner Head back to hotel check in Head to Wicked Tuesday Shopping day (but could visit the British museum) Dinner Wednesday (train at 5pm) Check out early head to Euston and drop bags at left luggage Head to the British Museum Lunch Visit Grant Museum of Zoology Train home