The National Museum of Natural History, New Delhi, it is the center of an informal environment education, whose main purpose is to make people aware of environmental protection through various internal and external activities. It is located in the Environment Complex in Bhopal. The museum was inaugurated in the year 29 September 1997, by the then Minister of Environment and Forests of India, Saifuddin Soz.
The program was chaired by the then Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Digvijaya Singh. The museum offers a unique opportunity to understand the biodiversity of Central India and the complex natural make-up surrounding it. In the galleries located in the museum, the exhibition has been displayed in collaboration with transcripts, translate and visual audio. Dioramas and phenomena are presented in the order of selected subjects. It also has a biology, computer and a research room meant for children to acquire knowledge in a fun way. A temporary exhibition site is also made in premises which exhibit organized displays on various subjects from time to time. The museum is open daily from 10.00am to 6.00pm (except on Monday and national holidays) Upon entry to the museum, the exhibition of the family of Dinosaur, called Triceratops, is visible.