Starting next July 18, travelers who visit the Natural History Museum in London will be able to take part in an incredible adventure in its new gardens, which will have spaces that will take visitors back in time and will also be able to come into contact with wild life.

The gardens are perfect for younger travellers, who will be able to touch the oldest stone in Britain, and feel fossil ammonites and trilobites.

Additionally, in the Jurassic jungle they must follow clues to find a herd of Hypsilophodon grazing among the tree ferns and cycads.

The gardens also stand out for having a pond where you can see wildlife, such as birds, frogs, newts and even dragonflies.

These gardens perfectly complement the visit to the different rooms of the Natural History Museum in London.

Visiting the gardens and museum is free. Visiting hours are Monday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:50 p.m.

If you want to know more details about this new space or the museum, visit the official page of the London Museum of Natural History.


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