The Natural History Museum's vision is... to advance our knowledge of the natural world, inspiring better care of our planet.
And their mission is... to maintain and develop our collections, and use them to promote the discovery, understanding, responsible use and enjoyment of the natural world.
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Address: Natural History Museum
Natural History Museum,
We are within walking distance of South Kensington station on the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines.
Routes 14, 49, 70, 74, 345, 360, 414 and C1 stop near us. The 360 stops in Exhibition Road.
Driving to the Museum may not be easy and parking is not available on Exhibition Road, which is exclusively for residents and a limited number of Blue Badge holders.
All floors of the Blue, Green and Red zones and the Darwin Centre are accessible by lift. There is currently no step-free access to Earth Lab, but you can find extensive information on rock, mineral and fossil identification on the Earth Lab datasite.
We welcome guide dogs. There are grass areas for them outside, and water is available on request. The cloakroom offers a secure place to leave your dog with attendants . For more information, please call the information desk on +44 (0)207 942 5011.
For a large-print map of the Museum, please ask at any information desk.
We have an inclusive admission policy ensuring all paying visitors are treated equally and with dignity. Disabled visitors are entitled to a concessionary ticket* for our paying exhibitions. Also they are entitled to be accompanied by up to 2 helpers free of charge.
*Concessionary tickets are also available to children, adults over 60, students and the unemployed (proof may be required).
Wheelchairs are available on loan from the cloakrooms. These can be found just inside the Exhibition Road entrance and behind the Central Hall by the main toilets. There is no charge for this service.
If you have particular needs in the event of an emergency evacuation, please let us know when you arrive. Throughout the Museum there are safe refuge areas linked via intercom to the control room.