If you’ve ever wanted to visit the Natural History Museum but couldn’t make it to London, did you know they have a branch in the Hertfordshire town of Tring?
The Tring Natural History Museum might not be quite as large as the London one, but still has 6 galleries of exhibits from around the world split into different categories of animals from Antelope & amphibians to Crocodiles and Rhinoceroses right through to tapirs and zebras.
There are also two discovery rooms which contain lots of interactive displays especially designed to engage with children.
Some of the exhibits at the museum are directly related to Charles Darwin and his Theory of Evolution including the Mockingbirds which were a crucial part of his realisation to how nature worked.
For more details, see the Natural History Museum Tring web site.