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Tickets are now available for visiting the Museum, Monkey Business exhibition, Aquarium and Butterfly House throughout September.
We are continuing to increase ticket availability for all our spaces but are keeping advance booking in place for the moment so as to help manage capacity and visitor safety indoors. We also encourage all visitors to continue to wear a face mask indoors if they are able to.
The diversity of primates ranges from the tiny mouse lemur to the mighty gorilla. This fascinating exhibition reveals how they live, move, eat, play and interact, and how they have evolved and adapted over time.
The exhibition features more than 60 spectacular taxidermy specimens of monkeys, apes, lemurs, lorises and bushbabies, alongside models, stunning photography and film.
Support the Horniman as a Member and enjoy a year of discovery and wonder with free and unlimited entry to our Butterfly House, Aquarium and ticketed exhibitions, and a 10% discount in the Shop. Annual membership starts from £36, and you will save £5 if you join by Direct Debit. Visit the website or sign-up on your next visit to the Museum.
If you’re able to afford a little more, consider joining our closest family of supporters as a Benefactor.
‘Laugh at Gravity’ is Benji Reid’s first solo exhibition at October Gallery. Reid considers himself a choreo-photolist, a term he coined to encapsulate his unique practice where theatricality, choreography and photography meet in the image. His work explores themes including life as an outsider, mental health and complexities of fatherhood.