A visit to the Museum is a fun and inspirational day out for young people. You can plan a trip to include aspects of the science, geography or art curricula.

Our galleries can cover topics from volcanoes and earthquakes through to evolution and human biology. Our workshops, science shows and self-led activities are for all ages and levels. 

These pages can help you plan a day out at either of our Museums. Please visit our School visits at South Kensington, London page and School visits to the Museum in Tring, Hertfordshire for more information.

We also have a range of learning resources, virtual workshops and online activities that can support your teaching.

Trips to our Museums

All visits, workshops and shows must be booked in advance.

School visits to the Museum in South Kensington, London

School visits to the Museum in Tring, Hertfordshire

Virtual workshops

We offer live interactive workshops and shows that can be streamed to your class in school.

Learning resources

We have a range of resources to support learning around natural history themes. For ages 5-14.

Elsewhere on our site

The Dino Directory

Discover facts, figures and images for more than 300 dinosaurs.

Crafting activities

Instructional videos and articles on a range of crafting topics.

Do your bit for nature

Biodiversity is connected to almost every aspect of our lives, but it needs our help. Small actions can make a big difference.