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Natural History Museum

Tuesday, December 9, 2014 - 21:15

An extraordinary dinosaur specimen has joined the Natural History Museum’s collections this December as a permanent fixture- the most complete Stegosaurus skeleton ever to be found, unearthed in Wyoming, USA.

The Stegosaurus specimen takes pride of place in our Earth Hall. It towers almost 3 metres tall and measures almost 6 metres long from head to tail. The Stegosaurus is a fantastic unique feature for any event and we are confident that this will be a talking point.

The Earth Hall can accommodate up to 350 guests for a standing event and up to 200 for a seated event. So why not enquire with the Events Team at the Museum on 0207 942 5434 / and book your unique event with our new resident Stegosaurus.