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All reviews stuffed animals free entry amazing collection rainy day all ages couple of hours polar bear walter rothschild on display interesting exhibits few hours wildlife photographer of the year picnic area private collection great place to visit school holidays half term
My kids (8 and 10) loved this museum - the idea of stuffed animals in cases seemed rather dull but we were all captivated by the range of different specimens. The museum is big enough to keep everyone interested but not so big it is...More
This museum started with a young man called Rothschild who was fascinated with animals and therefore started an amazing collection from around the world. Wild animals, birds, fish, dogs etc.
Entrance is free and so is car parking.
There is also a cafe and shop,...More
Had a fab Sunday afternoon here with the Grandson. So much to see and all for free. He loved being able to look at the animals so closely and wanted to go back around again after stopping for a drink and snack. Would absolutely recommend...More
We decided to visit here as The Wildlife Photographers Exhibition in London was sold out for the day we wanted to go . We were really glad that we did as it is a super place especially if you have children . There is a...More
We visited with our 2 grandchildren 7 and 12yrs. They found it exciting and amazing. You could spend as little or as much time here as you want. The cafe was a bit crowded but it was half term. This museum is free and well...More
I first came to Tring when I was a child and it had been improved greatly since then. I take my children here often as it has a marvellous collection of animals, unrivalled to anywhere outside of London. Writing and drawing materials are accessible for...More
We visited the museam with our 2 children aged 5 and 6. The £1 letter hunt is well worth the money to guide younger children around the museam and keep them engaged. We all enjoyed viewing and reading about lots of different animals. It's a...More