Jurassic Oceans: Monsters of the Deep


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Felicity Sylvester
UK, Europe, Middle East and South America
Email Felicity, call +44 (0)20 7942 6245

Pauline Robert,
France, North America and Africa
Email Pauline, call +44 (0)20 7942 5329

Paolo Russo,
Italy and Asia-Pacific
Email Paolo, call +44 (0)20 7942 5793

Earth's oceans have been home to some of the largest, fiercest and most successful predators ever to exist.

Visitors will discover the remarkable evolution and ecosystems of these great underwater creatures. They will step back in time to experience life beneath the waves and come face-to-face with ferocious hunters and their prey, as they were millions of years ago during the Jurassic period.

Striking specimens, including fully articulated 3D models and life-size casts from the Natural History Museum's collections, will show the predators of the Jurassic seas in their natural habitats. Rich audio, visual and digital interpretation and graphics enable visitors to find out how these predators adapted to survive.

© Bahrain National Museum, Courtesy of the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities 


More information

For more information about the exhibition, download the Jurassic Oceans: Monsters of the Deep brochure PDF (96KB).


Preview the educational film for the exhibition


Developed as a fully turnkey exhibition designed to fit between 650 sqm/7,000 sqft and 1,000 sqm/1,500 sqft, the exhibition consists of the following components:

  • Over 90 key original specimens from the Natural History Museum’s collection of 9 million fossils, including complete, fully articulated fossil skeletons of marine reptiles with bespoke mounts
  • 12 casts, models and touchable objects
  • Setworks, display cases and AV equipment
  • 11 Films, atmospheric sounds and CGI
  • Three digital and hands-on interactives
  • Graphic panels and labels in American English and Spanish
  • Accompanying educational material for children aged 6 to 11 years
  • Related retail and publishing products available as an optional extra
  • Installation by the Natural History Museum team

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