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Natural History Museum at Tring

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Akeman Street, Tring HP23 6AP, England
+44 20 7942 6171
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4 floor and 6 sections of displays. Packed full of displays from old to new, birds animals etc. and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Alex M
York, United Kingdom
Walter Rothschild's legacy.

The Tring Natural History Museum is the largest private collection of animals and insects in the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Tring, United Kingdom
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Akeman Street, Tring HP23 6AP, England
+44 20 7942 6171
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Reviewed 1 week ago

4 floor and 6 sections of displays. Packed full of displays from old to new, birds animals etc. and lots of details. Room to move and view the displays and trails for the kids to follow. Free entry with voluntary contributions if you wish (no...More

Thank Alex M
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Tring Natural History Museum is the largest private collection of animals and insects in the world, and possibly the largest collection in England outside of London. It was bequeathed to the Nation by Walter Rothschild, of the famous Rothschild Banking family. One is overwhelmed...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Just been to the museum with 2 children of 8 and 10. Really enjoyable afternoon with lots to see and learn. We all enjoyed the fleas dressed up, make sure you look out for them!

Thank LindaHenry77
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Looking for a stimulating and interesting way to waste a weekday off work, we headed for the Natural History Museum at Tring. Finding it is easy, it's well signposted from the Tring roundabout off the A41 and from the older London Road. Easily walkable from...More

Thank James_Bridges
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My wife was bought up in Aylesbury, so wanted to go again after many years,and it was fantastic....the exhibits were really well set out.....very clean,all the animals were very impressive. The cafe was nice...usual fare.....cake lovely! This place is stunning,and free (a rarity!) Parking on...More

Thank simon c
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A great place to visit for all the family, we did see some younger children (under4) being a little bit frightened, but most didn't have a problem. 6 galleries full of exhibits, the polar bear and tiger were very impressive.

Thank Kazzahev
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visit Tring Museum quite regularly with my 1 year old Daughter. The museum is quite small and you'd be hard pushed to spend more than a couple of hours there but as it's free to get in you really don't feel like you need...More

Thank Happypandauk
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We took our six year old nephews who loved it. The museum is surprisingly big for a local site and had enough to keep us busy for about two and a half hours. Get the children's find the animal Hunt for a pound as it...More

Thank Aphoto18
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I don't think I've visited a museum before where I had to eventually move the kids on from room to room as they thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of their visit. The museum has a fantastic collection of stuffed animals, birds and other artefacts. We really...More

Thank Maria M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I had been in the area a few times but never visited the museum. Well worth a visit but it would need a good few hours to make the most of the exhibits and information available. I was good to wander around the place at...More

Thank Provan4
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19 December 2016|
Response from KennyMan7 | Reviewed this property |
According to the website they're only closed between 24th and 26th December. I'd give them a call to check about New Years Day and the 2nd January though. They're usually open on bank holidays. If you haven't been, it's... More