We're reopening the Natural History Museum at Tring on 18 May.
Tuesday-Sunday and bank holidays
Closed 24-26 December
Last updated 13 May
All visitors must book a free ticket in advance online for guaranteed entry. Government guidance around indoor visits (the rule of six) applies at the Museum.
To help keep everyone safe, a timed entry system is in place. Only a limited number of people are allowed in our galleries. Subject to capacity on the day, we may have a limited number of walk-up tickets available. We cannot guarantee entry to the Museum without a pre-booked ticket.
Please only book if you're able to attend, or let us know if you can no longer make it, so that we can make the tickets available to other visitors.
There are three time slots available: 10.30-12.00, 13.00-14.30 and 15.00-16.30. The Museum is closed between time slots for cleaning.
Tickets are available for visits until 5 September.
Plan your visit
Our free family exhibition explores the animal mummies given as gifts to the ancient Egyptian gods and how modern technology allows Museum scientists to study them.
18 May - 17 October
Inspire your students to ponder their place within the natural world and explore the variety of life.
Our hands-on workshops and gallery activities are closely tied to the National Curriculum.
Discover more about the natural world by interacting with visitors in the Museum's specimen-rich galleries.
You will use real specimens in our handling collection, from animal skulls to insects, to share your knowledge with school groups and the public through hands-on interactions.
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.