Explore an incredible range of beautiful images by the most talented wildlife photographers from around the world.
The acclaimed Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, celebrating its fiftieth year, showcases the rich array of life on our planet, reflecting its beauty and also highlighting its fragility.
Winner: The last great picture © Michael ‘Nick’ Nichols
The collection of more than 100 award-winning images uniquely combines the work of talented young photographers, gifted amateurs and leading professionals, all selected for their creativity, artistry and technical complexity.
Head of the Natural History Museum at Tring, Paul Kitching says, ‘I'm delighted that we are able to show the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition again here in the Natural History Museum at Tring. This exhibition is a firm favourite with our visitors and staff alike and I'm always amazed by the quality and diversity of images on display.’
The winning photographs are on display in Galleries 2 and 5.
Visiting during the week? We recommend arriving after 13.00 as Gallery 2 is also a teaching space in the mornings and may be unavailable for short periods.
Discover the truth behind unicorns, mermaids and other mythical creatures. Get hands-on with replicas of the real animals that inspired stories of strange beasts and decide whether truth is stranger than fiction.