What's on

In line with current government plans, we plan to reopen the Museum on 17 May. Until then, enjoy a host of online content from home.

Fantastic Beasts™: The Wonder of Nature

Discover where the real world and Wizarding World intertwine, and how the wonders of the natural world have inspired myths, legends and magical creatures for generations.  

17 May 2021 - 3 January 2022

Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It

This free, evolving display explores how humans have transformed the natural world. Through over 40 objects chosen by Museum scientists, we reveal the consequences of our actions and examine some of the solutions that could help mend our broken planet.

From 21 May

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Explore some of the world's richest habitats, see fascinating animal behaviour and get to know some extraordinary species through the images featured in the exhibition.

17 May - 1 August

The Artistic Legacy of Joseph Banks

This free display of artworks and manuscripts explores the life and interests of Joseph Banks (1743-1820) through some of his extraordinary collections.

17 May 2021 - 13 January 2022

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Events at the Museum

Yoga at the Museum

Find your zen at the Museum with a unique series of yoga classes for a variety of experience levels hosted in collaboration with East of Eden.

Various dates from 25 May.

Members from £20.70, adults from £23

Online events

Virtual Yoga at the Museum

A unique yoga class broadcast from the iconic Hintze Hall.

Buy a ticket now, for either £5, £10 or £15, to receive a link to the recording. The link will be live from 12.00 BST on Friday 23 April and will be available to view at any time.

Activities to do at home


Join us for Nature Drawing Club. You can draw, paint or sculpt - anything that shows off your artistic side. 

New themes are announced on the first Monday of each month.

Dawnosaurs Online: Winter Wildlife

Take part in a set of free, online activities aimed at children with neurodiverse conditions including autism and other sensory processing difficulties.