Friday 13 April 2018

Natural History Museum - Roarsome adventures in April

What's on in April
3D T.rex mural by artists 3D Joe and Max
It's been a wild, action-packed Easter holiday at the Museum - but it's not over yet. Don't miss this last weekend of egg raider trails and dinosaur activities.

Planning a visit in the sunshine promised for next week? Head down to our flourishing Wildlife Garden or explore our tropical butterfly house. And, while you're roaming the Museum, check out the roarsome 3D T.rex mural by artists 3D Joe and Max.

Sunnier days are coming...
Tropical butterfly
Sensational Butterflies
Follow a jungle trail surrounded by butterflies and moths from Asia, Africa and the Americas.

Championing nature with Pukka Herbs.

The pond in the Wildlife Garden
Wildlife Garden
Seek out flora and fauna, and spot British butterflies living down the road from their tropical neighbours. Open now.

Closing soon: Don't miss our five-star exhibition
Venom: Killer and Cure. Final weeks, ends 13 May 2018
There are only a few more weeks left to enter the realm of venomous creatures in this eye-opening exhibition. For unlimited entry to this and other exhibitions, become a Member. You'll also enjoy discounts in our cafes and shops and access to exclusive events.
Latest palaeo news: 245-million-year old reptile finally gets a name
245-million-year old reptile finally gets a name
Do you have what it takes to catch a killer?
Crime Scene Live
Don your detective hat and put your sleuthing skills to the test at our murder-mystery night. Explore the Museum and work alongside forensic scientists to see if you can crack the case of two murders and a missing gem.

30 April, 14 May, 25 June