At a glance, here are the bits no visitor wants to miss in the Museum's galleries.
Discover the dramatic forces of nature in our newly-opened Volcanoes and Earthguakes gallery.
Explore some of the most exceptional objects from the Museum’s collection in our new permanent gallery, now open.
Meet a terrifying T.rex, inspect dinosaur skeletons and sort the facts from the myths about why dinosaurs died out in the famous Dinosaurs gallery.
Discover a world of massive mammals. Inspect a blue whale, the largest creature ever, from above and below.
The Museum's grand entrance hall includes the Diplodocus skeleton, a 1,300-year-old giant sequoia tree, Darwin's statue and the coelacanth, a prehistoric fish still living in the Indian Ocean.
Marvel at some of the most beautiful, historic artworks and modern images of nature held by the Museum.
Satisfy your curiosity about ants, hawk moths, termites, spiders, hermit crabs and 1000s of their relatives.
Discover the stories behind some of nature's most rare, unique and valuable treasures in the Museum's Vault gallery.
Examine beautiful specimens, including a piece of the Moon. Then take the escalator up through the giant Earth sculpture made from iron, zinc and copper.