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Grant Museum of Zoology, London

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4.7/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
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  • This is a somewhat macabre museum with many skeletons and odd things in jars, we loved it! It's like something out of a Harry Potter movie but it's all real. While unusual and a bit spooky with skelet...  read more »
  • Recommend a visit to this small but well-stocked museum. In a short space there are reconstructions, explanations, slides with microorganisms, explanations and bodies kept in formaldehyde.
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  • On previous visits to London it was not come to this small museum. It is a quiet place, even on Saturday, with plenty to see.
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  • A little gem of London. Some amazing, creepy and fascinating specimens on show. If you're into the weird and wonderful, don't hesitate to visit this place! By the way, I think you can adopt a specimen!
  • Wonderful collection of animals preserved in jars. Not too busy. Good place to change your mind while shopping
  • Small but well looked after. Great specimens and amazing variety. Considering its free it's a fantastic way to spend an hour.
  • Totally fascinating museum. Lovely building, and feels much grander than it actually is for the exhibits are very well organised in a fairly compact space. I liked this museum so much am going back to join as a "friend" and adopt a "specimen" From what I can gather they hold some really interesting talks up there which I would like to attend. Thousands of exhibits and all detailed and this is a real gem not far from my work so I can go back fairly regularly. Highly recommended and what a fantastic museum.
  • A great museum, it's like a small version of the Natural History Museum, but with only the interesting parts for someone who likes biology. My favourite part is the UCL Student Mystery Specimens - specimens labelled by student with funny stories and a lot of love.
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