The Natural History Museum is one of the most famous museums, not just in London, but in the world. It can be found on Cromwell Road and it opens from 10 o’clock every morning, and closes at 5:30 in the afternoon. General admittance to the museum is not charged, but if you want to visit any special exhibitions then you are going to have to pay a small fee.
This museum is not quite in the centre of London so it might be possible to drive to it, however, it is important to remember that parking is going to be incredibly expensive, so it would be best to go in by either bus, tube, or even bicycle.
The underground network connects the area very well and it is easy to walk to the museum from the nearest station. There are also excellent bus services running to the museum if these are more convenient for you.
Within the building itself there are several areas to eat and there is also a coffee shop. There is a small cafe inside which offers beer and wine as well as light meals. Fortunately, the museum don’t mind if you bring your own food in and even provide a picnic area with seats for people to enjoy their lunch. If you’re interested in buying a souvenir of your day there is also a small shop where you will be able to get something to remind you of your trip to this fantastic museum.