A new Gallery opened on 31st January 2014 at the Natural History Museum in London.
Dedicated to Volcanoes and Earthquakes, the Gallery even has a quake simulator recreating the feel of a shake beneath the ground.
The power and intensity of volcanoes and earthquakes has dominated nature since the beginning of time yet our knowledge of them continues to evolve. In this gallery, you’ll be absorbed in every element of their existence, from the captivating science behind what makes them the most astonishing spectacles of nature, to their ability to transform communities around the world.
Dr Chiara Petrone, Petrology Scientist
Visit the Museum’s website for more information.