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The Geological Museum was merged with the neighbouring Natural History Museum in 1985 and became part of its Red Zone Earth Galleries.
The Geological Museum was merged with the neighbouring Natural History Museum in 1985 and became part of its Red Zone Earth Galleries. It is devoted to all things geological with exhibits on vulcanology and earthquakes and fossils. The Earth Lab has more than 2000 specimens of rocks, fossils and minerals, and Earth's Treasury displays precious stones including diamonds.
Probably the most popular of all the museums here and a must see for many visitors to London
Dedicated to scientific exhibitions and collections bar those related to the life sciences
Royal Albert Hall, also known as 'The Nation's Village Hall' hosts concerts, ballets, operas and the BBC annual summer Promenade Concerts
The Victoria and Albert Museum started out as the collection of the Great Exhibition of 1851 and has since proliferated into the world's largest assortment of decorative arts and design, housing more than 4 million exhibits
The Serpentine Gallery in Kensington Gardens is a free contemporary art gallery near the Serpentine lake