Autumn at the Museum

Events and exhibitions for the naturally curious

Get closer to the natural world this autumn with our series of exhibitions and events for the naturally curious.


See award-winning nature photography, learn about some of the world's most venomous creatures and dive into the evolutionary history of the whale. Exhibitions are open until 22.00 on the last Friday of October and November.


Explore one of London’s most iconic buildings by night, catch a killer at a murder-mystery evening, pull an all-nighter or dance the night away in the Museum's Hintze Hall.

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Uncover fascinating and bizarre facts about Museum specimens and collections, the crucial work of our scientists, and in our latest exhibitions.

Event of the month

Crime Scene Live

A priceless stone has been stolen and a killer is on the loose. Do you have what it takes to solve the crime?



Whales: Beneath the surface

Go beneath the waves to explore the extraordinary lives of whales.


WPY 53

Explore the world's best nature photography. Opens 20 October.


Venom: Killer and Cure

Enter the realm of venomous creatures. Opens 10 November.


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