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Grant Museum of Zoology, London

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  • What a great find! This small museum has been at its current site for 6 years and is a treasure trove of skeletal specimens.  more »
  • A very Victorian styled room show casing skeletons and pickled animals. Rangeing from small sea creatures to moles to hippo skulls. I found it bizarre but so very interesting. Good for children as the...  more »
  • Even if it is small (one bathroom), the Grant is touching and a little baroque. On the shelves, hundreds of jars and windows to discover the anatomy of many animals (which some have disappeared as the dodo). Possibility of adopting a jar, donating to the museum: the idea is baroque, we love! Free books complete the visit, you can take there kids. Last point: free entry, so there is no reason to deprive yourself of this discovery.
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  • Very interesting! Wanted to go here for a very long time and finally managed to convince some friends to come with! It's filled with skeletons and preserved animals some of are extinct or rare. It has tiger and lion skulls, albatross skeleton and so much more. Lots of information. It's alot of stuff for a very small place. It's free although a small donation box is by the door.
  • Brilliant museum, good small size and not so busy as other London attractions so more manageable with kids. My 5 year old was fascinated and loved every minute and signed up for the 'adopt a specimen' scheme. Definitely recommended!
  • Really cool museum if you're interested in anatomy and zoology. It's not very big, but it has a lot of different skeletons.
  • 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!
  • Love this place, study nearby so go there on a regular basis. Often near empty too!