The Natural History Museum London
Hotels Near The Natural History Museum
The Ambassadors Hotel’s location makes it one of the more ideal hotels near The Natural History Museum to stay in. The Natural History Museum is just over a 10 minute walk from The Ambassadors Hotel via Cromwell Road. Alternatively if you decided to drive it would take less than 5 minutes and should not cost more than £7 in a taxi. There are parking facilities at The Museum. The Natural History Museum in London has hundreds of exciting and interactive exhibits on display for the public. The museum’s most famous attraction is the skeleton of the Diplodocus dinosaur on display in the spectacular Central Hall. Some more of the museum highlights includes a model blue whale, the Dinosaurs gallery and the Mammals display. Check out our specials offers page and save up to 15% off during your stay.
The Ambassadors Hotel is superbly located in the affluent area of Kensington within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in West London. Arranged over Seven floors, all our 150 bedrooms offer exceptional comfort and relaxation. Our rooms vary in size and after an extensive refurbishment programme, we are now proud to also introduce our Deluxe rooms, which have been renovated to the highest standard offering additional comfort and style. s well as providing our guests with superbly comfortable room, we also offer an ample selection of mouth-watering choices at breakfast every morning, which will have you energised for the great day ahead.
The Museum is a world-class visitor attraction and leading science research centre. They use their unique collections and unrivalled expertise to tackle the biggest challenges facing the world today. They care for more than 80 million specimens spanning billions of years and welcome more than five million visitors annually.
The Natural History Museum is open daily from 10AM to 5:50PM and the last admission is 5:30PM. The Museum also opens late on the last Friday of every month and is closed from the 24th to the 26th of December.
Admission to The Natural History Museum is free for both adults and children but there are admission charges that vary for special exhibitions and events.
There is often temporary exhibitions and special events on the The Natural History Museum so plan ahead and get the most out of your visit. To find out what’s on in The Natural History Museum today click here.