London Natural History Museum

6 July, 2009

Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum boasts a huge collection of dinosaur bones and stuffed animals – indeed a very educational experience where you can get up close and personal with these animals. The Tyrannosaurus Rex section was the most popular one with a “live” T-rex that roars and trying to attack you. There were also live-size models of giraffes and whales so you can see the contrast in their size compared to you.
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After the museum walk, we were totally exhausted – must be the jet lag; while London time is 5:30pm, Singapore time is already 1:30am (way past our bedtime)!

We had dinner at a Chinese restaurant around Earl’s Court – my curry chicken chop rice (£7) and TY & Caroline’s wanton noodles (£6)
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Zhiqiang & Tingyi

Comments (5)

  • Amanda DrainReply

    13 October, 2010 at 3:57 pm

    Hi, I’m new to your blog and I thought that I would leave you a comment to say I really love reading all your blogs about travelling. Being from London myself I love visiting the natural history museum and I’m glad that you have the time to visit it yourself. May I ask, what did you think of London? What was your favourite place that you have visited?

    • Zhiqiang & TingyiReply

      13 October, 2010 at 8:19 pm

      London was great! My favorite place had to be the Tower of London with the Beefeaters tour 🙂

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    23 June, 2015 at 10:09 am

    you are good traveler.. London is very cool ^_^

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