Welcome to the Natural History Museum at Tring, Hertfordshire
Tuesday-Sunday and bank holidays
10.00-17.00 (last entry 16.00)
Closed 24-26 December
Last updated 7 November
Book a free ticket for guaranteed entry.
Tickets are currently available for visits until 31 March.
Subject to capacity on the day, we will have a limited number of walk-up spaces available. You may need to queue during busy times. The only way to guarantee entry is to book in advance.
On Sunday 13 November there is a ticket-only event from 10.00-12.00. During this time we will not be accepting any walk-ups.
Plan your visit
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
The free display includes all photos awarded in the Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2022 competition, the Rising Star portfolio, and this year’s two Grand Title winners. It will also include short films on the two Grand Title images.
Tickets for the display are not required but to guarantee entry to the Museum please book a free entry ticket.
Opens 12 November
Looking for inspiration on what to see?
Whether you're visiting for the first time or the fiftieth, discover what you can see and do in our free galleries, and where you can eat, drink and shop.
Beyond the Museum: The best things to do in Tring
Whether you want to spend a weekend or make a day trip, find all the information you need to extend your trip beyond the Museum at Tring and discover Hertfordshire's hidden cultural gem.
Inspire your students' curiosity about the natural world and explore the variety of life on Earth.
Our hands-on workshops and gallery activities are closely tied to the National Curriculum.
We have volunteer opportunities to interact with visitors in the galleries or to help out with our gardens.
You will use real specimens to share your knowledge with school groups and the public through hands-on interactions.
Or contribute to developing a dynamic, beautiful and usable space for Museum visitors and the local community.
Choose the Museum at Tring as the backdrop for your next film project or photography shoot.
It houses an extensive collection of mounted specimens and the wide variety of mammal, fish and bird specimens, together with the Victorian architecture, make Tring a unique location for shoots.