"Huge Blue Whale in the Natural History Museum" Natural History Museum Tip by easyoar
Natural History Museum, London: 115 reviews and 222 photos
Although Dinosaurs are a big attraction for people at the Natural History museum, there is a lot more to see besides. There are more conventional life forms to be seen inside too.
The picture you can see here is of the skeleton of a huge Blue Whale. Underneath it is a life size model of what a Blue Whale looks like when it is still alive.
Seeing a Whale in the hall of a museum really puts into perspective just how huge these things really are. Most of us are never likely to see one living (or even dead in their own habitat), so a museum like this is the only place we can see them.
Address: Cromwell Road, SW7
Directions: South Kensington tube
Phone: 0 20 7942 5011
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