The Museum that not only showcases the natural phenomena of the world with interactive exhibitions but also highlights them with historical value would be the Natural History Museum in London.
The entertaining yet the informative style of the Museum is breathtaking and urges anyone to venture further into the museum’s treasure-trove.
This museum being the jackpot for knowledge lovers around the globe. It is recognised as the pre-eminent centre for natural history and research, specialising in taxonomy, identification, and conservation.
It is home to samples of life and earth science including some 80 million items in its five main collections namely botany, entomology mineralogy, palaeontology, and finally zoology.
Given the age of the organisation, many of the collections have impressive historical as well as scientific significance, such as specimens collected by Charles Darwin.
Natural History Museum is especially famous for its exhibition of dinosaur skeletons and its ornate architecture—sometimes dubbed as a cathedral of nature. These demonstrated by the large Diplodocus cast dominates the vaulted central hall.
The library of Natural History Museum encompasses extensive books, journals, manuscripts, and artwork collections related to the research of the scientific departments.
The museum has four major zones namely Orange, Blue, Green and Red and these colours are reflected in the aesthetics of the sections.
Some temporary exhibitions pop up every now and then venturing into different fields of science. These exhibitions prove to be very popular time and time again.
Unique artefacts fill the rooms already filled with fellow explorers.
The Museum never ceases to inspire all those who enter it.