Dippy the dinosaur is going to move!
Explore the Dinosaurs gallery and see Dippy the Diplodocus before it goes on a UK tour.
Step into an incredible world of dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum and see Dippy in London one more time.
In early 2017, the iconic Diplodocus will leave its current home in Hintze Hall to prepare for a tour of the UK.
Before Dippy goes, see all the dinosaurs together, from the roaring T. rex to new additions like the Stegosaurus and the feathered Deinonychus models.
Explore the evolutionary past of the dinosaurs, discover the different time periods they lived in and see world-famous fossils and lifelike models.
Sort the facts from the myths and find out what the Museum's scientific research has taught us about these prehistoric giants.
Museum dino stars
- Dippy, the iconic cast of a Diplodocus
carnegiiskeleton the most completeStegosaurus fossil ever discovered
- an Iguanodon - one of the first species ever described as a dinosaur
- a towering, animatronic T. rex
- feathered Deinonychus models that reflect the latest dinosaur research
Please note the T. rex pit will be closed for essential maintenance work from 5-11 September 2016. You will be able to visit the T. rex again on 12 September.
The rest of the Dinosaurs gallery, including the two animatronic raptors, will be open as normal.