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Watch the audio slideshow to uncover some of the extraordinary objects and specimens on display in the Museum's beautifully-designed new gallery, Treasures.
Each of the 22 exhibits tells a remarkable story and has been chosen for its scientific, historical, aesthetic and cultural importance.
Treasures is a free permanent exhibition. It is located in the newly-named Cadogan Gallery (formerly Tree gallery) in the Green Zone's Central Hall on the upper mezzanine floor.
See the beautiful and delicate Blaschka glass model of a radiolarian new on display in the gallery.
Treasures showcases 22 exhibits that span 4.5 billion years of nature.
Learn more about the science and history of each object in the gallery.
Hear fascinating stories and interviews about Treasures exhibits.
Join Museum scientists for monthly talks about different Treasures.
Look up and see artist Tania Kovats' oak TREE in the ceiling of the gallery.