The Natural History Museum, adjacent to the Museum of Science, the Victoria and Albert Museums, contains about 70 million specimens from around the world, of which 28 million are insect specimens. The exhibitions in the 20 exhibition halls include six aspects: paleontology, minerals, plants, animals, ecology and human beings. Many collections are of epoch-making scientific and historical value, such as the specimens collected by Darwin in his study of evolution. The specimens in the museum were all made in equal proportion. When the 33-meter-long blue whale specimens appeared in front of us, it was shocking. There is also a huge and complete dinosaur skeleton, which not only attracts children, but also amazes adults. Museum libraries collect a large number of early natural research manuscripts, drawings, books and periodicals, which can be consulted only by advance booking. This is a knowledge garden for children to experience the pleasure of nature. The Museum of Natural History holds a very important position in the hearts of the British people.