We undertake visitor studies and specific evaluation for most of our exhibition projects. The projects we have evaluated include special touring exhibitions (such as Dino Jaws or Ice Station Antarctica) concept stage projects for the planned redevelopment of galleries (such as for Meteorites or Balconies) and studies for Darwin Centre Phase Two.
This page offers all the latest evaluations of our exhibitions.
Darwin Centre Phase Two: Formative evaluation 3 PDF (875.3 KB)
Darwin Centre phase 2 front end evaluation PDF (3.2 MB)
Darwin Centre Phase Two: Formative evaluation PDF (1.5 MB)
Darwin Centre Phase Two: Formative evaluation 2 PDF (1.2 MB)
Balconies front end evaluation 1 PDF (87.3 KB)
Balconies front end evaluation 2 PDF (229.2 KB)
Humans in the natural world front end evaluation PDF (192.5 KB)
Meteorites front end evaluation PDF (192.9 KB)
Meteorites front end evaluation summary PDF (74.5 KB)
Ice Station Antarctica Summative Evaluation report 2008 PDF (292.3 KB)
Antarctica comms and basestation formative evaluation PDF (154.0 KB)
Antarctica skidoo formative evaluation 1 PDF (134.2 KB)
Antarctica skidoo formative evaluation 2 PDF (123.1 KB)
Antarctica under sea ice formative evaluation 1 PDF (128.4 KB)
Antarctica under sea ice formative evaluation 2 PDF (114.8 KB)
Dino jaws animatronics formative evaluation PDF (134.0 KB)
Dino jaws bite force formative evaluation PDF (95.7 KB)
Dino jaws digital trail formative evaluation PDF (186.5 KB)
Dino jaws summative evaluation PDF (304.5 KB)
Dino jaws summative evaluation summary PDF (85.0 KB)
T.rex formative evaluation PDF (90.5 KB)
Visitor Research and Evaluation team
Natural History Museum
Tel: +44 (0)20 7942 5000
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