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HELVETIA & BRISTOL

Via dei Pescioni, 2
50123 Firenze
Italy


T. +39 055 26651
Fax +39 055 288353
reservations.helvetiabristol.fi@starhotels.it
THE FRANKLIN

24 Egerton Gardens
SW3 2DB Knightsbridge
London


T. +44 (0)20 7584 5533
Fax
reservations.thefranklin@starhotels.com
THE GORE

190 Queen's Gate
Kensington
SW7 5EX London


T. + 44 (0) 20 7584 6601
Fax +44 (0) 20 7590 6725
reservations.thegore@starhotels.com
THE PELHAM

15 Cromwell Place
South Kensington
London - SW7 2LA


T. +44 (0) 20 7589 8288
Fax
reservations.thepelham@starhotels.com
ROSA GRAND

Piazza Fontana, 3
20122 Milano
Italy


T. +39 02 88311
Fax +39 02 8057964
reservations.rosa.mi@starhotels.it
THE MICHELANGELO

152 West 51st Street New York
NY 10019 - USA


T. +1 212 7651900
Fax +1 212 5416604
reservations@michelangelohotel.com
CASTILLE

33-37 Rue Cambon
Paris 75001
France


T. +33 (0)1 44 58 44 58
Fax +33 (0)1 44 58 44 00
reservations@castille.com
HOTEL D'INGHILTERRA

Via Bocca di Leone 14 
00187 Roma
Italy


T. +39 06 699811
Fax +39 06 69922243
reservations.inghilterra.rm@starhotels.it
GRAND HOTEL CONTINENTAL

Banchi di Sopra 85
53100 Siena
Italy


T. +39 0577 56011
Fax +39 0577 5601555
reservations.continental.si@starhotels.it
SAVOIA EXCELSIOR PALACE

Riva del Mandracchio, 4
34124 Trieste
Italy


T. +39 040 77941
Fax +39 040 638260
reservations.savoiaexcelsior.ts@starhotels.it
SPLENDID VENICE

S. Marco Mercerie, 760
30124 Venezia
Italy


T. +39 041 5200755
Fax +39 041 5286498
reservations.splendidvenice.ve@starhotels.it
HOTEL VILLA MICHELANGELO

Via Sacco 35
36057 Arcugnano
Italy


T. +39 0444 550300
Fax +39 0444 550490
reservations.villamichelangelo.vi@starhotels.it
The Natural History Museum | Things to see in Knightsbridge | The Franklin - photo 1
Natural History Museum of London

The Natural History Museum near Knightsbridge

Just a few steps from The Franklin Hotel, in the Knightsbridge district, the Museum has its origins in the generous offer of Sir Hans Sloane back in 1753, when Parliament bought his extensive collection of natural history specimens and cultural artefacts counting more than 71,000 items. At the beginning, the collection was displayed in the British Museum and only on 18 April 1881 the new museum opened its doors, but it was not until 1992 that it took its current name.

The building of the Natural History Museum resembles a Romanesque architecture cathedral and has become London’s iconic landmark. Nowadays, the Museum is home to more than 80 million specimens and uses its unrivalled expertise to tackle the challenges facing the world. Join five million visitors of this fascinating museum in 2016 and attend one of its thought-provoking exhibitions.

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