The Natural History Museum is the UK’s national museum of natural history, and a centre of excellence in taxonomy and biodiversity. It is an interesting outing for people of all ages, but for small children fascinated by dinosaurs it is wonderful. The skeletons on display are awesome in size, and there are some excellent models of a great range of dinosaurs.
Top tip: You cannot miss the Dinosaur Gallery when you visit the museum. Head to the central hall to see the famous 26-meter skeleton of a diplodocus.
Fun fact: The museum’s collection contains over 70 million botanical items, 55 million exhibits of animals, 9 million relics from archaeological digs, and 500,000 rocks and minerals.