The museum is huge and now has more than 300 years. The actual building is a marvelous feat of architecture and is one of the most beautiful and recognized in London. The Natural History Museum is located on Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London. The Darwin statue was created by Sir Joseph Boehm and was unveiled on 9 June 1885. The building is designed by Alfred Waterhouse and was built using Victorian Building techniques. In 1927 it was moved to make way for an Indian elephant specimen, and then moved again in 1970 to the North Hall. The grand central foyer of the structure houses a Diplodocus cast, and the museum itself contains a large exhibition about dinosaurs and other items.