The Natural History Museum at Tring
This museum was once the private collection of Lionel Walter, 2nd Baron Rothschild, and is now part of The Natural History Museum. It houses more than 4000 specimens in a unique Victorian setting. The displays comprise of mounted specimens of animals from all parts of the world - from whales to fleas, humming birds to tigers, even a large collection of domestic dogs.
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ContactMrs Anne Chapman
020 7942 6151
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VenueThe Natural History Museum at Tring
Akeman Street, Tring, Hertfordshire, HP23 6AP
Map reference: SP 924111 Lat: 51.79092 Long: -0.66168
Tring is on the A41 between Hemel Hempstead and Aylesbury. The museum is signposted from the Tring exit.
Parking : free
Nearest station : 2 miles (3.2 kms) from Tring station
Wheelchair access is limited to Gallery 1, The Rothschild Room, the Shop and Zebra Cafe only at the moment.