Monday 27 March 2017

Natural History Museum - Easter at the Museum

Family activities at the Museum
Children looking into microscopes
Get more from your visit with family membership
Skip the queues at the Museum this Easter with family membership. Become a family Member today and two adults and up to four children can enjoy priority access to the Dinosaurs gallery, discounts in our shops and cafes, opportunities to meet our scientists and unlimited free entry to all ticketed exhibitions including Sensational Butterflies.
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A family enjoying the Sensational Butterflies exhibition
Fluttering in this week
Wander among hundreds of free-flying butterflies and spot caterpillars chomping on leaves at Sensational Butterflies, our live tropical butterfly experience. 

Opens 31 March
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T. rex and Triceratops skulls
Dinosaurs gallery
From one of the first fossils ever found from a Tyrannosaurus rex to the skull of a plant-eating Triceratops, explore the Museum's world-famous Dinosaurs gallery. 
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The T. rex Grill
The T. rex Grill
Step back in time and dine with the dinosaurs at our family restaurant. Sink your teeth into burgers, steak, pizzas and puddings.
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Wildlife Garden
Wildlife Garden
A tranquil haven for plants and animals in the heart of the city, don't miss a visit to the Museum's Wildlife Garden. 

Opens 1 April
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Dino Snores for Kids
Dino Snores for Kids - new dates announced
Sleep under a giant blue whale skeleton when the spectacular new attraction in our main hall opens in the summer, meet a T. rex and take part in fun activities.
New dates now on sale, book early to avoid missing out.
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The Natural History Museum at Tring
A family enjoying the Dodos exhibition
Discover Dodos
Visit our sister Museum in Hertfordshire over the Easter break for a fun family day out. Take in our free exhibition Dodos: Old bird, new tricks to uncover the secrets of this mysterious bird.
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Dinosaur news
Dinosaur family tree gets a major makeover
Dinosaur family tree gets a major makeover
Dinosaurs have a new family tree. Find out how it has changed and what the new tree reveals about their origins and evolution.
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