Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016

Natural History Museum in December

The weather is getting colder which means indoor activities are my new favourite thing and i’ve got the perfect way to spend an afternoon in London.Β 

South Kensington Tube Stop

Hop on the tube to South Kensington, and come blinking into the sunlight to the beautiful views of the Natural History Museum.

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It’s a building that looks beautiful rain, sun or snow and I don’t think i’ll ever get tired of photographing it.

Natural History Museum Monkey

Get inside and warm up before heading to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition – make sure you’ve pre-bought your ticket to make sure you can get in.

I won’t give you any sneak peaks because thats cheating but all I will say is that all the photos are phenomenal and with a fantastic story behind each one.

Whatkatedidnext92 at Natural History MuseumWhat to wear in the Winter

Jeans – ASOS|Jumper – ASOS|Jacket – Brandy Melville (similar)|Shoes – Converse via Office|Backpack – Aldo via ASOS (similar).

Natural History Museum Festive

Warm yourself up once you leave with a mulled wine; careful it’s boozy and watch the skaters on the rink, or if you fancy it jump onto the ice yourself.

Ice Skating at Natural History Museum

Make sure you wrap up warm on your travels around London and if you’ve never been to the Natural History Museum then this is the perfect excuse to check it out!

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