The Museum of Natural History
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The Museum of Natural History is a vibrant museum which constantly up dates itself and holds many new and exciting events throughout the year.

This is especially true now that the new Darwin Centre has opened and which will often be the focal point of many new events to both educate and entertain its visitors.

Come back often to check this page for new events or why not subscribe to the RSS feed to this site to be informed of new events etc.

Current Exhibition

Otherworlds: Visions of our Solar System

Glimpse ice-covered seas on frozen moons, gas-giant planets with storms larger than Earth, glaciers made of frozen nitrogen and volcanoes the size of Britain in our new photography exhibition, Otherworlds: Visions of our Solar System.

Until 15 May

16 October 2015 - 10 April 2016 


Past Exhibitions At The Museum of Natural History

50th Wildlife Photographer Of The Year

24 October - 30 August 2015

Now in it's fitieth year, the exhibition contains amazing images submitted from nearly a 100 different countries.

These images never fail to amaze and delight, I have visited on other years and I can honestly say the images are always stunning.

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Sensational Butterflies

Sebastião Salgado - Genesis

11 April - 8 September

Amazing photographic exhibition of landscapes, wildlife and remote communities.

This exhibition is a culmination of eight years’ work, including more than 200 black and white photographs.

£10 adults
£5 child


Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year

19 October 2012 - 3 March 2013

Adult £10, child and conc. £5, family £27

Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year at the Natural History Museum London

Wild Planet

23 March - 30 September 2012 10.00 - 17.30

Free outdoor exhibition showcases 80 stunning photographs on large-scale panels from Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibitions. Intimate animal portraits to breathtaking bird behaviour and landscapes.

wild planet natiral history museum

Animal Inside Out

6th April - 16th Sept 2012

View nearly 100 plastinated and capillary specimens, from a tiny frog to an enormous elephant. Explore the intricate insides of these creatures and discover their comparative anatomy and biology.

Animlas Inside Out Natural History Museum London

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