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Grand Royale London Hyde Park: Learn the details of nature photography at the Wildlife Photography Exhibition

Released on: February 14, 2014, 2:22 pm (EST)
Author: Grand Royale London Hyde Park
Industry: Travel, Entertainment
LONDON, February 13, 2014 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- It's the fag end of January and though winter is still dominating the London air, spring has started signaling its slow approach. Bright sunny days with fantastic wind are creating perfect atmosphere for exploring the historic city on feet. For people who have visited London earlier and are planning a trip yet again may try to see London in a different way this time. Instead of spending time visiting the prime spots that they have already explored, visitors may opt for something that is not permanent features of London. Many exciting events, fairs, festivals and exhibitions take place in London in different seasons and taking part in any of those, one can make his or her London trip a unique one. Event venues are scattered across London and majority of them are located at the prime spots that are easily reachable from the esteemed hotels.

Grand Royale London Hyde Park, one of the most eminent hotels in Central London's prestigious West End is applauded for its strategic location, apart from its service excellence which has earned global recognition for the property. Located close to the iconic Hyde Park and the Kensington Gardens, Park Grand London Hyde Park offers easy accesses to a number of event venues.

Visitors who fancy photography and have a deep interest in the subject would be delighted to know that the Grand Royale London Hyde Park is currently offering access to the Wildlife Photography Exhibition, which is being held at the Natural History Museum. The exhibition, which has started from October 23, 2013 brings to photography enthusiasts a golden opportunity to learn skills from collection of images snapped by experts. The Natural History Museum is among the busiest exhibition venues in Central London and right now its iconic central hall has now turned into a wonderful gallery of photographs and displays that have completely changed the atmosphere of the venue.

The first thing that attracts visitors at the central hall is the huge Diplodocus skeleton. The life size model of a blue whale would also leave visitors spell-bound. However, this season the real charm of the hall is the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, which is one of the important annual events that the museum hosts. This is the 49 th edition of the competition and it has attracted entries from all corners of the world. A panel of expert judges is scrutinizing the submissions to choose the best one which would be displayed at the museum. Shutterbugs can enrich their knowledge by looking at stunning images that have been displayed at the hall under 18 different categories.

Visitors can therefore be sure of seeing some pretty spectacular images, with the 18 category winners and runners up, as well as those being deemed worthy of special commendation being included in the exhibition. Considered largely as the number one global display of nature photography, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Collection is simply a must-see thing for everyone and especially those having a fascination for wildlife photography. Located on Cromwell Road, the Natural History Museum is very close to the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. From Grand Royale London Hyde Park, one can easily reach the venue by taking a Piccadilly Line-bound train from the nearest South Kensington tube station or bus. The exhibition would remain open till March 23.

To book a room at Grand Royale London Hyde Park, one can either log on to its official website- http://www.grandroyalelondon.co.uk or call at +44 (0) 20 7313 7900.
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