Walking into this free museum, we can see that the museum is a two-storey exhibition hall layout. Tall steel columns expand the atrium space very high. Such Museum structure is rare. The first floor of the atrium is the main floor, and the second floor is the gallery exhibition hall surrounding the atrium. Museum with a large area has very rich exhibits. Oxford University Museum of Natural History is the University Museum of Oxford University collecting and displaying specimens of natural history. Museum exhibits are mainly from donations from others and collected by scientists, including natural history specimens from the Ashmolin Museum. The Museum collects dinosaurs and other fossils. It collects specimens of entomology, geology, mineralogy, petrology and zoology. We first visited the exhibits at the front of the Museum of Nature, specimens of various animals and fossils of skeletons, which were displayed in the exhibition cabinets, exhibition boards and hanging space. There are so many kinds of animals that people can't see. Besides, there are so many birds and animals that we don't know at all. In front of the specimens of these animals, our understanding of them is the level of illiteracy. Many parents come here with children of different sizes. I really envy them for having such an excellent position in natural science education. There is no such position in our youth, nor in our children's youth. I wonder if there will be such a rich and colorful base of popular science education in China when our third generation begins to learn dental language.
Oxford University Museum of Natural History is the University Museum of Oxford University collecting and displaying specimens of natural history. It is located opposite Kimberl College of Oxford University. It is a Gothic Renaissance building. The exhibits are mainly collected by donors and scientists. It contains more than 5 million specimens including dinosaurs, fossils, entomology, geology, mineralogy, petrology and zoology. The Museum has been officially opened to the outside world for more than 150 years. The tall steel column expands the atrium space very much. The first floor of the atrium is the main floor, and the second floor is the gallery exhibition hall surrounding the atrium. There are many exhibits in it. It is worth visiting for free.
The first thing that attracted me was her beautiful building. Before entering, I could see the footprints of dinosaurs. After free entry, there were a lot of dinosaur specimens and animal and insect specimens. The second floor was also very interesting. It was worth visiting. Children's paper liked it.
The British feature is that museums are super many and free. The Oxfordshire Museum has a large collection, which is not as impressive as the British Museum, but it is enough to see the world's major civilizations. The thought of porcelain alone is enough to overwhelm one's eyes. Egyptian culture, Greek culture, East Asian culture, Mesopotamia, there is everything. When you have enough time, you can visit the Oxford Museum. After that, you can go to the open-air water bar on the top floor for afternoon tea and see the evening scenery of Oxford. It has a special charm.
It feels like this is the most worthwhile place to visit at Oxford University. Museums in Britain are basically free, including this one at Oxford University. Although not comparable in size to the Natural History Museum in London, it is basically complete. There are two bears in the door, not specimens, but models, a black bear and a brown bear. The specimen of the Nile crocodile in the middle is so beautiful. Then there are many dinosaur skeleton specimens and many pictures, especially suitable for bringing children.
The first stop in Oxford was at the Museum of Natural History. Free. The Museum of Natural History collects specimens from zoology, entomology and geology. Museum architecture itself is famous for its spectacular new Gothic structure. The museum displays dinosaur fossils and other exhibits.
Oxford University Museum of Natural History is a large museum, located opposite Kiebel College, Oxford University, UK. It is free to visit. The Museum has more than 5 million collections, ranging from animal and insect specimens of various shapes, fossils to the huge skeleton of Tyrannosaurus Rex. Some of the fossils and specimens in the museum also encourage visitors to touch them, which is interesting.
The Museum of Nature is free to enter and exit, and it has close contact with the standard. It arouses great curiosity among children.
In the rhythm of Oxford's centuries-old history, this three-storey building looks unimportant, but when you walk into it, there are huge dinosaur fossils, specimens of various animals, insects, and a wide variety of rehearsals in an orderly manner, as if you were in another world.