Inspire your students' curiosity about the natural world and explore the variety of life on Earth.
We offer a range of hands-on workshops and gallery activities, closely tied to the National Curriculum.
Both self-guided visits and workshops must be booked. We recommend booking at booking at least six weeks in advance.
We recommend a donation of £2 per child to help support our vital work to look after nature and to provide our learning programme.
Entry and booking
Workshops and activities are listed on their dedicated pages, linked below.
To make a booking, please view the guidance on the Essential information for schools page.
You can book a maximum of one workshop per class.
Please email us if you have any questions.
Our loan box service of themed specimens is also available to book.
Workshops and activities by Key Stage
Key Stage 1 and Early Years
Activities include Makaton-based gallery trails and a Prehistoric Detectives workshop.
Key Stage 3
Your class can explore the concept of Variation or examine Ecosystems and Food Webs.
Key Stage 4
Key Stage 4 students can take part in a multi-activity full or half-day, or practice their artistic skills by exploring our galleries.