Natural History Museum
It is one of the most famous museums in London and its exposition will suit both kids and adults. Just leave enough time in your schedule, because the whole collection of the museum is designed for 5-6 hours of close inspection. Here you can virtually go on a journey to the "core of the earth", feel the full power of the earthquake, get acquainted with the rare minerals and learn many more secrets of the Earth.
Children will like the fact that many artifacts can be touched with their hands. And the scales, with which you can compare yourself with a whale or an elephant. Have you ever tried to mix sand and water with a special mechanism, watching them split again? Here this is possible too! Like many other amazing things.
And what a delight dinosaurs cause in the kids. Here there are skeletons, mobile models of ancient species, and modern representatives of the fauna. And not so long ago, a huge blue whale settled here.
Address: Cromwell Road London SW7 5BD.
Schedule: daily from 10:00 to 17:50 (except Christmas and the next day).
The entrance to the museum is free, except for some temporary exhibitions.
Secrets of a successful visit: be ready to queue at the entrance, but on a weekday in the afternoon you can avoid this trouble.