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Diplodocus carnegii and Hypsilophodon foxii Replicas

In line with our new Vision and Strategy to 2031, the Natural History Museum is looking to help transform the study of natural history, engage and involve the widest possible audience, and develop our galleries and grounds. Our priority project is the Urban Nature Project, which involves the transformation of the 5-acres of gardens outside the Waterhouse Building. A major feature of the new design will be the installation of life size replicas of key specimens such as the Diplodocus carnegii and Hypsilophodon foxii. As a result, the Museum has awarded a contract for the development, manufacture and installation of these replicas.

Cromwell Road
South Kensington

Contract value: 514700

Published: 16 Apr 2021, Receipt by: 15 Apr 2021