The Natural History Museum is home to astounding collections, ranging from dinosaur fossils to a blue whale skeleton.
Astounding collections at this huge museum, ranging from dinosaur fossils to a blue whale skeleton.
To 5 June: Wildlife Photographer of the Year. 100 powerful photographs tell the story of a planet under pressure.
To late summer 2022: Our Broken Planet – How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It. A free, evolving display that explores how humans have transformed the natural world.
From 15 Jan: John James Audubon and his Birds of America. Explore this free display of engravings that reaffirms why John James Audubon’s book continues to inspire artists, bird experts and conservationists alike.
From 27 May 2022: Dippy the Diplodocus returns. The first diplodocus to go on display anywhere in the world returns from its UK tour.
Other: Events include Yoga at the Museum, Silent Disco, Out-of-hours Dinotours and Dino-snores. Check the website for more information.
Book a free ticket in advance online for guaranteed entry. Prices apply to special exhibitions.