Events

Events

Late opening and evening discussions

See the exhibition at Lates each month and take part in special evening discussions, details coming soon. Advance ticket booking is required.

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Free daytime talks, puppet shows and workshops

Enjoy our season of free daytime talks and interactive puppet shows and workshops to accompany the exhibition. Talks are held in the Darwin Centre's Attenborough Studio as part of our daily Nature Live programme of events.

Event details

  • Puppets - Maisie and the mammoth tooth
    Puppets - Maisie and the mammoth tooth

    24 July 2014 12:00, 13:30,

    11 August 2014 12:00, 13:30,

    14 August 2014 12:00, 13:30,

    18 August 2014 12:00, 13:30,

    21 August 2014 12:00, 13:30,

    25 August 2014 12:00, 13:30,

    31 August 2014 12:00, 13:30,

    1 September 2014 12:00, 13:30

    Travel back to the Ice Age with Maisie and the tooth fairy.

  • Mammoth: King of the Ice Age
    Mammoth: King of the Ice Age

    24 July 2014 12:30 - 13:00, 14:30 - 15:00

    Join us as we go on a whistle-stop tour of all things mammoth, from their lifestyle and evolution to their ultimate demise.

  • Lates with MasterCard
    Lates with MasterCard

    25 July 2014 18:00 - 22:30,

    29 August 2014 18:00 - 22:30

    Come and enjoy our exhibitions and world-famous galleries in the evening, meet friends and have a bite to eat.

  • The Mini Mammoths of Crete
    The Mini Mammoths of Crete

    26 July 2014 12:30, 14:30,

    31 July 2014 12:30, 14:30

    Museum scientists have discovered the existence of a Mini-Mammoth that once lived on the Greek island of Crete.

  • Why Did the Mammoth Go Extinct?
    Why Did the Mammoth Go Extinct?

    14 August 2014 12:30, 14:30

    What caused the extinction of the woolly mammoth only a few thousand years ago?

  • Ice: The Earth's most important mineral?
    Ice: The Earth's most important mineral?

    23 August 2014 12:30, 14:30

    Join curator Michael Rumsey to explore a mystery mineral that could be considered the most important on Earth.

  • Ice Age Survivors
    Ice Age Survivors

    31 August 2014 12:30 - 13:00, 14:30 - 15:00

    Meet a Museum scientist to discover the mammal species living in Britain at the end of the last ice age.

Introducing Lyuba, the baby mammoth