The designs of the shortlisted teams competing to re-imagine the grounds of the Museum are now on show.
Five teams of architects and designers shortlisted in November in a competition to redesign the grounds of the Museum have submitted their ideas for a small exhibition in the Museum.
The winning team, to be announced in April 2014, will then work with the Museum to create a final concept.
The drawings and computer-generated images are on display inside the Exhibition Road entrance to the Museum from today until 11 March, but which design belongs to what team will not be revealed until the winner is announced.
Each image is accompanied by a short description of the team's vision for the outdoor space surrounding the Museum.
Boxes are available at the exhibition for people to post their comments, which will be considered by the jury.
The competition was announced in September last year in association with Malcolm Reading Consultants.
The jury consists of:
Any redesign of the Museum's grounds must be able to accommodate more than 5 million visitors every year.
The aim of the competition is to create an exterior setting that matches the architecture of the famous Museum buildings.