Admission Free

The Natural History Museum is a world-class visitor attraction and leading science research centre and is near the Burns Hotel. The museum houses 80 million specimens spanning billions of years and welcome over 5 million visitors per year. Originally opened in 1881, it was known as the British Museum and displayed the natural history collection. Over the years, it has undergone various refits and was renamed as the Natural History Museum in 1992.

The main attractions are the Dinosaur exhibit, the Mammals exhibit, the Ecology display, The Darwin Centre and the Wildlife Garden. The Museum also hosts temporary exhibits throughout the year.

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Covid-19

We are excited to re-open our doors on 1st August 2020 !  We are busy ensuring that your stay will be comfortable and hassle-free whilst introducing new safety measures for your peace of mind.  To celebrate, we are offering amazing discounts for all August stays. Please see our Covid-19 Policy  here

We look forward to welcome you back soon”