There’s always something new to discover at The Nat, from family activities to evening events to new films and exhibitions. You’ll find a new experience every time you visit.
See outstanding colors, mysterious textures, and alien forms in this aesthetically stunning photography exhibition featuring gorgeous macro photography from the USGS Bee Inventory Monitoring Lab.
The Nat has a Vivarium—a facility in which we care for our live animals—in the basement of the Museum. We’re bringing these animals out and into the public gallery as part of our brand-new exhibition located on Level 1 just off the Atrium.
Follow one lucky visitor who stays in the London Museum of Natural History after dark, when the most fascinating extinct prehistoric creatures rise again.
From the Permian through the Jurassic, journey to the south polar landscapes of Antarctica hundreds of millions of years ago. Join intrepid Antarctic scientists on a quest to understand the ice continent’s profound ecological story over eons—from a frozen desert to a lush dinosaur world and back again.