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A Quick Trip Through the NHM Shop

NHM Shop website preview

The National History Museum Shop at is full of beautiful display items, fun projects for the kids, and toys representing the exhibitions in the museum. How easy is it to buy everything through the website, though?

Instant Offer of Money Off

As soon as you enter the site, you’ll get a pop up encouraging you to sign up to the newsletter. This can seem intrusive except that there are no vague promises of a discount. You get a clear statement that you’ll save 10% off your first order. If you’re not interested right away, it’s easy to click the X and move onto the site.

The NHM Shop homepage is well laid out, making it easy to find the specific items you want or just browse. You can check out the specific sections or use the quick search bar at the top to find the exact item you want to buy.

Of course, the menu bar makes it easy to search and there’s a sale section to help you save more money on your National History Museum items.

Still want to save money? The site makes sure members are aware of their discount on orders and the very bottom promotes any other deals going on at the time. The site wants you to save your money!

Use a Code

Voucher codes can be redeemed at the basket stage. There are some exceptions which are stated below the text box. We’ve included the screen shot below as an example.

Using a NHM Shop code

Contacting Made Easy

If you have a question, you can quickly get in touch. All the details are at the bottom, whether you want the physical address, the phone number, or the email address. Even social media buttons are available and they stand out in ways many other sites don’t offer, as the colored buttons are used on a predominately black and white site.

One thing that isn’t on offer is free delivery. However, if you’re in London, you can always arrange to pick up from the museum to save money.