Geological Museum the world’s oldest science museums. It features ‘Visions of Earth’, ‘Earth Today and Tomorrow’, ‘From the Beginning’, ‘Earth’s Treasury’ etc
Geological Museum is the world’s oldest science museums. It was established in 1835. Since 1985 the Geological Museum has been merged with neighbour Natural History Museum.
Geological Museum is included in the ‘Red Zone of Natural History Museum. The Red Zone’s features include ‘Visions of Earth’, where the Earth can be seen in a celestial context; ‘Earth Today and Tomorrow’, where humanity’s effect on the physical make-up of the planet is examined; ‘From the Beginning’, where the history of time is mapped out; ‘Earth’s Treasury’, where samples from the world’s vast, beautiful display of rocks, minerals and gems are displayed; ‘Restless Surface’, which examines the Earth’s landscape; and ‘The Power Within’, where volcanoes and earthquakes are examined.
Nearest Tube: South Kensington (Circle Line; District Line; Piccadilly Line)
Visit the website for more information. Visit its parent museum Natural History Museum which is a very popular to the tourists.