LONDON, April 04, 2014 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Park Grand London Kensington, one of the premium accommodation properties in the affluent Kensington district of Central London is recognized across UK for its service excellence. The hotel is preferred by leisure and business travelers alike for its top level comfort, luxury and convenience as well as fantastic dining. But this February, there is one more reason why people willing to make a trip to London should choose Park Grand London Kensington as their accommodation option.
An exciting exhibition is attracting people in London right now and the venue is very close to Park Grand London Kensington. The exhibition-One Million Years of Human Story has been opened for public on February 13 at the National History Museum at South Kensington. It is one of the major exhibitions in entire UK. The exhibition houses an amazing display of items that will take viewers million years back and will show them how life was for Britain's ancient relatives. The exhibition is the end result of 12 years of research by a strong team of 50 archaeologists, palaeontologists and geologists who came from 20 different research institutions and collaborated on a project to find out the secrets of the past. While exploring One Million Years of Human History, viewers will get to see use of latest scientific techniques and life-size models to bring to life various rarely seen specimens. Viewers can get an idea of the human civilization in Britain before the Romans, Saxons and Vikings. The exhibition is aimed at showing how humans came and went out of Britain over the last one million years.
Some of the highlights of the amazing exhibitions are The Swanscombe skull, which was found from an ancient region of Britain and the Clacton spear, the oldest form of wooden spear used in the world. Over 200 specimens and objects including life size models of Homo sapiens and Neanderthal have been put on display at the exhibition venue. Leading human origins researcher at the National History Museum and famous palaeontologist Chris Stringer says: "From the earliest human fossils in Britain to one of the oldest wooden tools in the world, you will be surprised by the history hidden beneath your feet. The story behind the humans who inhabited ancient Britain has taken us more than a decade to piece together. This gives us an exciting glimpse into our past, which also leads us to reflect on our future."
Staying at the Park Grand London Kensington is a great advantage since the National History Museum could be reached from there by walking for a few minutes. People who are interested to know the past of Britain should make a trip to London this season and book their rooms at the Park Grand London Kensington. To do that, they can either log on to the hotel's website at http://www.parkgrandkensington.co.uk/ or dial +44 (0) 20 7370 6831 to call the reservation desk. One may also send a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about availability of accommodation at the hotel.