My sister and I came here on the first day of our holiday in London. It was very easy to find and in a convenient location. It's a pity more people don't know about this place because it's really cool! It's not terribly big, but it's filled to the brim with all sorts of specimens. It's both interesting and educational and really unlike anything else in London, in fact this sort of place is rare in general! The environment is pretty relaxed and we felt very comfortable moving around the museum at our own pace. It took as around an hour to see pretty much everything. We particularly liked the jar of moles, the Quagga skeleton, and the bisected heads. The best part is that admission is absolutely completely wonderfully FREE! If you're really squeamish, though, might want to proceed with caution...Anyway, it was such a cool and fascinating way to start our holiday and I'll definitely come take another look the next time we come to London.
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