Get to grips with how science works in a workshop, led by our team of dedicated science educators.
Challenge your students with this hands-on workshop that explores the evolutionary relationships between present day Homo sapiens and ancient humans, applying analytical techniques used by Museum scientists.
Get hands on with Museum specimens and find out how colouration can increase chances of survival and reproduction.
Touch it, weigh it, measure it. From beetles and snake skins to meteorites and skulls. Hundreds of real, natural history specimens for students to touch and explore are in our hands-on science centre.
Plunge your students into the fiery debate surrounding Darwin's theory of evolution with our unique activity for Key Stage 4.
Meet museum scientists and find out about their work, participate in a Taxonomy workshop, and witness the scale of our collections on a tour of the Darwin Centre, our Zoology research and storage facility.
Handle, observe and compare a variety of animal skulls in this interactive workshop.
Thousands of native species of plants and animals live in our garden making it the perfect place to explore National Curriculum themes.