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The Friends of the Regent Palace have lived and worked in London for many years. We have a detailed knowledge of London, feel free to ask us about Places to visit, places to stay and things to do. London Tours, Attractions, Hotels and Events.
'This is one biology lesson that definitely won't send you to sleep'. Metro Check out the astonishing anatomy and inner beauty of some of the largest and most curious creatures in the animal kingdom at the UK premiere of Animal Inside Out. Until 16 September 2012
Head south, but only as far as South Kensington, to explore the captivating story of Captain Scott's last expedition to Antarctica in 1910–1913. Featuring rare artefacts used by Scott's team and the scientific specimens they collected, the exhibition also includes a life-sized representation of Scott's hut that survives in Antarctica today.
Until 2 September 2012 Enter here for a chance to win a trip for two to Antarctica with Aurora Expeditions.
Celebrate the rich natural history of Lyme Regis at this annual fossil festival. Taking place over the May bank holiday weekend, it offers visitors of all ages the chance to join in walks, talks and workshops, with arts and crafts and more besides.
Scientists from the Museum will be there to identify any fossil finds and to show off some of their favourite specimens. 4–6 May 2012
The largest feathered dinosaurs ever to be discovered were unveiled this April. The three near-complete fossils showing long filamentous feathers were unearthed from the Yixian Formation in northeast China.
Natural History Museum dinosaur expert Dr Paul Barrettexplained, 'It is the largest ever animal known to possess a covering of feathers, at least for now'.
He added, 'It does hint at the intriguing possibility that an adult T. rex might also have had feathers'.
Escape the city and wander through the tranquil habitats of the Wildlife Garden. With woodland, meadow, pond and more, the garden is a haven for hundreds of British plants and animals, and a great demonstration of wildlife conservation in the inner city. Watch Museum botanist Fred Rumsey identifying garden plants and flowers in our special spring-time video.