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Ian Richardson, Portable Antiquities and Treasure, British Museum
I don't like the museum of childhood because i find it is boring and it is very small. by Jan 6
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The Museum is arranged into four main galleries – the Moving Toys Gallery, the Creativity Gallery, the Childhood Galleries and the Front Room Gallery. Download a map of the Museum (773KB .pdf) Moving Toys Gallery
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I like the museum history museum because tou dinosuars and the stones . by Jan 6
Meet a terrifying T.rex , unearth Baryonyx bones and inspect the Triceratops skeleton in our world-renowned Dinosaurs gallery .
Central Hall The Museum's grand entrance hall includes the Diplodocus skeleton, a 1,300-year-old giant sequoia tree, Darwin's statue and the coelacanth, a prehistoric fish still living in the Indian Ocean. Treasures This spectacular new gallery showcases the most exceptional objects and specimens from the Museum's collections. Fossil Marine Reptiles Learn what was going on in the oceans while the dinosaurs roamed the Earth.
The Power Within gallery closure From 24 February - autumn 2013 the Red Zone's Power Within gallery , with its earthquake simulator and volcano room, is closed for refurbishment. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Treasures in the Cadogan Gallery Explore some of the most exceptional objects from the Museum’s collection in our new permanent gallery, now open.