The Natural History Museum is home to one of the largest natural history collections in the world from microscopic slides to mammoth skeletons. The building itself is impressive with cathedral like structure, frescoes and sculptures and the central hall is home to an astounding Diplodocus skeleton.
The museum is divided into coloured zones. The green zone concentrates on facts about life, the planet, environment and evolution. The red zone explores our ever changing planet, how it was shaped and its place within the universe. In the blue zone you can marvel at the diversity of life on our planet from blue whales to the smallest invertebrates.
To get there from the Americana; take bus no 74 from Baker Street, the bus stop is next to crossing. The bus stops opposite the museum.
If you would prefer to use the underground; take the Jubilee Line southbound from Baker Street to Westminster and change to the District Line. Take any westbound train to South Kensington. The museum is sign-posted from there.