Hintze Hall is one of the most photogenic spaces in London. I've heard rumours of a famous museum attached to the hall. However, I've never ventured that far into the building. From 1979 up until 2017 a skeleton cast diplodocus was the main attraction. Now you can find an actual skeleton, this time of a Blue whale named 'Hope' who in 1891 became stranded in Wexford Harbour. Hope spent years in the nosebleed seats of the Natural History museums Mammal Hall, mostly unseen and unloved. However, she can now be seen in all her glory, diving into the sea of visitors staring slack-jawed into her gaping mouth.