After hours at the Museum
Enjoy exhibitions, talks, science demos, food and drinks by night on the last Friday of the month.
How has life on Earth changed over time? Join us as we come face-to-face with plant, animal and human ancestors.
The variety of life we see around us today has been evolving for millions of years.
From the first plants colonising land 465 million years ago and the human domestication of dogs 15,000 years ago, find out how natural and artificial selection shaped the plants and animals living today.
31 May 2019, 18.00-22.00
Free entry, no ticket required.
Paid activities are Behind the Scenes at Lates: Spirit Collection tours and Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
Plan your Lates
Explore the amazing diversity of life on Earth with an after-dark behind-the-scenes tour of the Museum's fascinating zoology spirit collection.
£15, bookings essential
Tours run every half hour from 18.30
Make sure your visit runs smoothly with our guide to luggage storage, cloakrooms, toilets, lifts and parking. You'll also find information about facilities for disabled visitors.