So a couple of tube journeys which Imogen loved (first time on the Tube) and we arrived at the Natural History museum, ate our picnic lunch, Imogen had an ice cream whilst Alex and I refreshed ourselves with a coffee before entering the Natural History museum.
Another fantastic museum, so well laid out so you can really see and feel the exhibitions. Big wow factor as we entered and rose up the stairs to see the elevator going up and through a model of the Earth into the Earth zone (red zone). Lost of rocks on display, and with a love and past study of geology myself, I was in my element.
we had hoped to see. She was fascinated. We went through the creepy crawlies section which she enjoyed, and then skipped some other areas (again for another visit) and went towards the Blue zone - the dinosaurs and mammals in particular.
animatronic dinosaur - she loved it! She thought the smaller animated dinosaur displays were "cute" too.
and the cute one!
Kensington before planning the next travel by Tube. Energy levels were still pretty good, so we went ahead with our plans to get the tube to Green Park, and walk to Buckingham Palace and then onto Westminster and Parliament Square. But that's another post. So much to catch up on.