We all know that the Natural History Museum in London is one of the three largest museums in South Kensington and that the museum's collection includes more than 70 million exhibits, including exhibits in botany, zoology, entomology, mineralogy and paleontology. Most residents of the capital and tourists probably have already visited it.
But in August this year something new will be waiting for you. Londoners will have the opportunity to watch their favorite films and cartoons, such as "In Search of Nemo" and "The Little Mermaid", on the big screen right in the museum! All the films that will be shown in the museum will be associated with the ocean and underwater life in honor of the new exhibit of the museum.
Many people probably know that the Museum of Natural History is famous for the skeleton of the Diplodocus, which is 26 meters long and is next to the entrance. Now it will be replaced by a huge blue whale!
Watching films takes place from 12th to 15th of August 2017. The beginning is at 19:30.