The Natural History Museum at Tring, Hertfordshire
Meet the multicoloured mandrill, look a polar bear in the eye, and study birds from Antarctica to the tropics - all displayed in original Victorian glass cabinets.
Unravel the stories behind mythical creatures in a free temporary exhibition, Myths and Monsters, until 6 September.
An elephant and rhinos are surrounded by marine animals and insects in this gallery, including an anglerfish, a spider crab, a crocodile and a tiger shark.
Explore a collection of odd-hoofed mammals - horses, zebras, three-toed tapirs, rhinoceroses and the extinct quagga.
See deer, antelope and marine mammals from around the world, and learn about the rarely seen okapi and saiga, and interesting members of the pig family.
Home to kangaroos and cassowaries that were part of Rothschild's live menagerie, the extinct Tasmanian tiger, reptiles, amphibians, and dogs from the 1840s.
The story of one man's passion that created this Museum. Explore interactive maps, Rothschild's favourite birds and a life-size replica of his giant tortoise.
Plan your trip with the Museum map. You can also buy a £4 printed guide with map at the information desk when you arrive.
Gallery 6 will be closed for maintenance on 6 June. For more information call the Museum on +44 (0)20 7942 6171.