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Oldhill School the 1 millionth Natural History Museum visitor

Oldhill School the 1 millionth Natural History Museum visitor

by | Oct 4, 2017 | Tyssen School | 0 comments

The Natural History Museum today celebrated welcoming one million visitors to its spectacularly transformed Hintze Hall since its reopening. The Museum unveiled its new star, Hope, a 25.2 metre real blue whale skeleton in July. Year 3 pupils from Oldhill Community School in Hackney were among visitors

Image credit: © The Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London

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