Dippy the Dinosaur Leaves London’s Museum After 112 Years

artnet News | Lorena Muñoz-Alonso:

One of the best-loved museum landmarks in London, the enormous Diplodocus skeleton that graces the entrance of the Natural History Museum, made its final appearance yesterday and is now being uninstalled to embark on a tour across the UK. Dippy, as the replica dinosaur is affectionately known, measures a whopping 21.3 meters long and 4.25 meters high, and has reigned supreme in the most visible room of the museum, the Hintze Hall, since 1979… Read more

Image: Dippy the dinosaur at London’s Natural History Museum Hintze Hall