Natural History Museum
Unearth the great mysteries of life and the universe at this world-leading cathedral to natural history. With over 70 million items in its vast Gothic vaults, all life – and afterlife – is here. Particularly famous for its dinosaur skeletons. Cromwell Road.
A British Institution
This world-class collection is one of London’s best-loved museums, appealing to children and adults alike. Exhibits like Dippy the Diplodocus are complemented by an immense trove of rare finds and breathtaking displays, in-depth knowledge and hands-on technology, guaranteeing a unique visit every time.
What’s on now at the Natural History Museum?
Wildlife Photographer of the Year, ongoing until June 5th, 2022.
Celebrate the fifty-seventh Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition with the Natural History Museum! Explore the natural world in all its fragility and diversity at the annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, where 100 powerful photographs tell the story of a planet under pressure.
Gaze through the lens of some of the world’s best wildlife photographers and marvel at the beauty of our planet. Displayed alongside insights from Museum scientists and experts, the images will inspire and astound, leaving visitors with a deeper understanding of the issues facing nature and the actions we need to take to protect it.