The Museum of Zoology in London is a free museum in the heart of London, and it’s well worth a visit.

The fascinating museum on University Street is free to visit and has an impressive display of animals, skeletons, fish, insects, and fossils.

See the jar of moles, the brain collection, the ancient giant deer as you enter, or the rare dodo bones.

The Museum of Zoology is a Natural History Museum and a part of University College London. It was founded in 1828 and has one of the oldest collections in the UK.

In total there are almost 70,000 specimens so be prepared to spend time exploring and admiring the displays.

The visit to the museum is interesting for adults and children. There are regular talks and workshops and the staff are on hand to answer any questions. Hot tip: look out for the extremely rare quagga skeleton.

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