Find out what exhibitions and events are on at the Museum.
Exhibitions and displays
Titanosaur: Life as the Biggest Dinosaur
Step into the world of the magnificent titanosaur Patagotitan mayorum - one of the largest creatures to have ever walked the earth.
You’ll learn how Patagotitan mayorum stayed safe, found food and kept cool as you follow its journey from tiny egg to towering head and shoulders above other Cretaceous critters.
New exhibition opens 31 March 2023
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Explore the natural world in all its fragility and diversity at the annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, where 100 powerful photographs tell the story of a planet under pressure.
New exhibition open now
The Lost Rhino: an Art Installation with Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg
The Lost Rhino is a free display that explores extinction, conservation and technology. Focused around three depictions of a rhino, each of them imperfect in their own way, the display examines our relationship with endangered species.
John James Audubon and his Birds of America
This free display of engravings from John James Audubon's The Birds of America reaffirms why it continues to inspire artists, bird experts and conservationists alike.
The Wild Escape
Join us for The Wild Escape, a series of free events and activities inspired by the artwork and wildlife specimens in our collection.
This free programme of events will run from February to July 2023 with activities for adults, families and children.
5 & 14 February
Various times available
Free, tickets coming soon
Generation Hope: Action for the Planet
Join us for a free programme of inspiring workshops, panels and talks created in partnership with young people, for young people.
20-25 March 2023, 12:00-21:00
Across the Museum
Free, must book in advance
Women in Science Tour
Take a guided tour of the first floor Hintze Hall balconies and the Minerals gallery, and discover the fascinating work of women scientists past and present.
Hear the gripping histories of several women scientists across history including some who've worked at the Museum.
Various dates. Free, tickets recommended.
Women in Science Tour: Space
Discover the fascinating work of women scientists - past and present - who have focused on space, meteorites and planetary materials.
Encounter numerous treasures such as meteorites and learn more about the Museum’s displays and our cutting-edge science.
Various dates. Free, tickets recommended.
Out of Hours Titano Tours
Make the most of your visit and roam our newest exhibition, and the world famous Dinosaur gallery, before it opens to the public.
45-minute tours from 9.00-9.45
Adult £25, child £17, Member £22.50
Behind the Lens Tour
Join our hosts for a special tour of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition and discover the stories and details that didn't make it into the captions.
Adult £30, Member £13
Behind the Scenes Tour: Spirit Collection
Go behind the scenes with our knowledgeable science educators for a look at the Museum's fascinating zoology collection preserved in spirit.
Adult £25, Member £22.50
History of the Natural History Museum Tour
Join our hosts for a special tour of the Natural History Museum, discovering more about how the incredible 'Cathedral of Nature' became the world-famous Museum it is today.
More dates coming soon
Adult: £12, Member £10.80
Child: £9, Member £8.10.
Valentine's Silent Disco
See stunning images of nature in our new-look Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition. Enjoy a free beer or wine on arrival and get ready to dance the night away at our silent disco in Hintze Hall underneath Hope our blue whale.
16 February 19.30-00.00.
Disco and Wildlife Photographer of the Year viewing: Adult: £45 Member: £40.50
Disco only, entry at 21.00 - Adult: £30, Member: £27.50
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.
Adult £35, Member £31.50
Jurassic Encounters: Animal Show
Delve into the Jurassic and meet the modern-day relatives of the animals that lived alongside Dippy in this fantastic show.
13 & 17 Feb
Adult £8, Member £7.20
Families with children 7-11
Dino Snores for Kids
Our sleepover for kids aged 7-11 gives budding natural history bods the chance to discover the Museum after dark and get involved in fun educational activities.
Adult £70, child £70, Member £63
Families with children 7-17
Adults over 18
Dino Snores for Grown-ups
Come to a sleepover for grown-ups at one of London's most famous buildings and enjoy a night at the Museum featuring great entertainment, food and drink.
Adult £185, Member £166.50
These events are part of a series of unique talks, tours and viewings for our Members, Patrons, Supporters and Corporate Members only.
Members enjoy free entry to all exhibitions without needing to book, priority access and exclusive events.