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Natural History Museum at Tring

13 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Nicky
Nicky
November 08, 2019
Amazing collection, a perfect rainy day adventure
Sandra
Sandra
July 02, 2019
Free entry. Discover animal specimens from all over the world here, from tiny beetles to huge bears. Lionel Walter Rothschild was a rich, eccentric and determined character who dedicated his life to the study of animals. His private collection formed the foundation of the Museum at Tring. Today it…
Peter
Peter
October 30, 2018
130,000 people come to the museum every year and its well worth a visit!
Lilli
Lilli
March 25, 2018
Great collection of stuffed animals.
Margaret
Margaret
January 05, 2018
Brilliant place to visit of rainy days for adults and children

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Location
Tring, HP23
Phone020 7942 6000
Websitenhm.ac.uk
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Thursday 10:00 AM