BSL-interpreted events


Look out for our regular Nature Live talks and Spirit Collection Tours that are British Sign Language-interpreted.

These free talks, shows and tours will give you exciting insights into our Museum science and behind-the-scenes collections.

Details of individual signed events appear below. For more information about BSL-interpreted events email us.

Nature Live talks in the Attenborough Studio

At these free informal talks gain insights into the work of our Museum researchers and curators, and get up-close to behind-the-scenes specimens.The talks are open to everyone. Watch a video of one of our BSL-interpreted talks.

Spirit Collection Tours in the Darwin Centre

Get a glimpse of the Darwin Centre's Zoology spirit building's 27 kilometres of shelves and some of our rare zoological specimens, including the giant squid and specimens collected by Charles Darwin.

Animal Vision shows in the Attenborough Studio

Enjoy our presenter-led shows featuring live creatures, multi-screen imagery and film. The shows cover topics from the evolution of the eye to scorpions that glow in the dark.

Signed events
  • Multimedia guides
    Multimedia guides

    28 November 2013

    Pick up a handheld guide to explore the Museum's galleries and collections when you visit.

  • Animal Vision for families (BSL)
    Animal Vision for families (BSL)

    10 May 2014 11:30 - 12:00,

    14 June 2014 11:30 - 12:00,

    12 July 2014 11:30 - 12:00

    A fun show investigating a world only visible to certain animals.

  • Spirit Collection Tour (BSL)
    Spirit Collection Tour (BSL)

    10 May 2014 15:15 - 15:45,

    14 June 2014 15:15 - 15:45,

    12 July 2014 15:15 - 15:45

    See hidden treasures such as the giant squid or specimens collected by Charles Darwin.

  • Munching Lichens (BSL)
    Munching Lichens (BSL)

    14 June 2014 14:30 - 15:00

    Join us today as we explore the surprising role of lichens as a source of food.

  • Life in the Twilight Zone (BSL)
    Life in the Twilight Zone (BSL)

    12 July 2014 14:30 - 15:00

    Join us as we take a closer look at some of the more bizarre and unusual fishes from the Museum collections.