Charles Darwin having conversation with the ladies :-)
He scared the s*** out of me
I remember watching this every morning when i was at Kindergarten. The amount of time and hard work that went into plowing was just unbelievable.
However, the farmers always had a smile on their face. They were happy and that is the most important thing.
Captain Scott with his Companions
The Natural History Museum is home to over 70 millions specimens, from fossils to Dodo and from dinosaurs to meteorites. The museum holds the largest collection of natural history library materials in the world.
The architecture is the first thing that grasps your attention. From terracotta tiles to Floral designed ceiling panels.
Guide to Museum Entrances
There are two entrances to this magnificent building; one being Cromwell Road and the other is the Exhibition Road. For more information on museum entrance, please click here.
Entry to the museum is free.
The building is sectioned into four zones;
Blue Zone: Includes Dinosaurs (including T.Rex specimen), The Blue Whale, Mammals, Reptiles and more.
Green Zone: Birds, Mineral, Fossils and more.
Orange Zone: Wildlife Garden and Darwin Centre.
Red zone: Find out human activity on our planet, Rocks, Diamonds (every girls best friend), Volcanoes and more.
If you feel hungry, just visit the friendly Cafes and Restaurants and feed your hungry stomach before moving on.
Every time i come here, i start missing my school days. History and Geography lectures were the ones i enjoyed the most. Felt like a teenager all over again. Good old days.
Can you imagine spending a "Night at the Museum" with this fellas?