Exhibitions at Tring
The Natural History Museum in Hertfordshire
5 April until 11 October 2019
The Walter Rothschild building
Akeman Street, Tring
Hertfordshire, HP23 6AP
Go on an adventure around Britain and discover why it's the birthplace of dinosaur studies.
Explore the surprising diversity of British dinosaur species and find out about the dinosaurs that still live among us in our gardens and parks.
Share your findings with us on Twitter using #BritishDinosaurs
- Come face-to-face with the cast of a Baryonyx walkeri skull and see how massive it could grow with backbone specimens found in Surrey.
- Stand up tall and measure yourself against the femur and tibia of an Iguanodon, one of the first dinosaurs to be discovered.
- See the complete skeleton of a young Hypsilophodon foxii, discovered on the Isle of Wight.
- Chomp! How do your teeth compare to Megalosaurus bucklandii teeth found in Oxfordshire?
Continue your adventure around the Museum
- What are the biggest and smallest birds you can find?
- What differences can you spot between the feathers of flying and non-flying birds?
- Iguanodon teeth are similar to those of an iguana. Can you find the iguana skeleton?
- You can touch reptile skin in Gallery 6. Do you think this is how dinosaur skin would have felt?