Got a five-year-old obsessed with all things dinosaur? A trip to London’s famed Natural History Museum should be top of your list of things to do. Housed in the stunning Waterhouse Building, the museum was opened to the public in 1881 but dates back to 1753, when Sir Hans Sloane left his extensive collection of curiosities to Britain. One of the museum’s main attractions is “Dippy”, the 26-meter-replica Diplodocus skeleton, housed in the central hall. A fascinating place.