The London Museum of Natural History is one of three major museums along Exhibition Road in London’s Kensington district. It hosts collections of life and earth sciences.
The Museum has two entrances, on Exhibition Road and Queen’s Gate.
The Queen’s Gate entrance is best for visiting Dinosaurs, and the Exhibition Road entrance is best for Wildlife Photographer of the Year and Volcanoes and Earthquakes.
Please note that the Cromwell Road entrance is closed until summer 2017.
The nearest Tube stations are Gloucester Road and South Kensington on the District, Piccadilly and Circle lines. Both stations are approximately five minutes’ walk from the Museum.
Use the Transport for London Journey Planner to find the quickest route to the Museum.
Routes 14, 49, 70, 74, 345, 360, 414, 430 and C1 stop close to the Museum.
There are cycle racks on Exhibition Road. The nearest Barclays Cycle Hire docking stations are outside our Exhibition Road entrance and on Thurloe Place, near South Kensington Tube station.
For groups travelling by coach, the drop-off point is on Cromwell Road.
There is no parking facilities on-site and parking around the Museum is limited.