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July at the Natural History Museum

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Virtual reality experience
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Were feathered dinosaurs the norm?
Exhibition extended through summer
BBC Radio 4 Natural Histories
The man and the map
Free-flying butterflies and moths
Dino Snores for Grown Ups
Fossil Hunter Lottie doll
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Virtual reality experience

In partnership with Atlantic Productions, powered by Samsung.

In partnership with Atlantic Productions, powered by Samsung.

Dive into the past with Sir David Attenborough's First Life virtual reality experience. Come face to face with incredible prehistoric sea creatures in this 15 minute adventure, as they swim, crawl and hunt for food around you.

Tickets £6.50



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Win a trip to the Great Barrier Reef


Exhibition developed in partnership with 
Catlin Group Limited


Exhibition developed in partnership with
Catlin Group Limited
Enter our Coral reefs free prize draw for your chance to visit Australia and the world’s largest coral reef system. Courtesy of Audley Travel and Tourism and Events Queensland.

Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea
Until 13 September
‘Strangely beautiful’ – Evening Standard


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Were feathered dinosaurs the norm?
 John Sibbick
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Museum expert Paul Barrett and his colleagues studied fossil skins of 80 non-avian dinosaurs to find evidence on whether they were feathered or not. See what they discovered.


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Exhibition extended through summer
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Don’t miss your chance to see 100 of the best nature images from around the world in the fiftieth year of this acclaimed competition.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Until 31 August
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BBC Radio 4 Natural Histories
Join us at the Museum for a programme of free Saturday daytime talks to coincide with Natural Histories, the new BBC Radio 4 series exploring nature’s influence on culture and society. Meet scientists and see specimens featured in the series that have changed our view of the world.

Free talks until 21 November





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The man and the map

Celebrate the bicentenary of the publication of Britain's first geological map by William Smith and learn about the pivotal contribution he made to our geological knowledge.

Mapping a Nation
Until 1 November
Free display

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Free-flying butterflies and moths
Follow the exhibition trail charting one of nature’s most incredible life cycles and get up close to hundreds of tropical butterflies and moths.

To celebrate this year's big butterfly count we will be giving away limited edition seedboms at the exhibition later this month. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for further details.

Sensational Butterflies
Until 13 September

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Dino Snores for Grown Ups
Pull an all-nighter at the Museum. Sink your teeth into a three-course dinner, set up camp under Dippy the Diplodocus and take part in a range of activities, from science shows to insect tasting and live music to a movie marathon.

24 July, 18.30

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Fossil Hunter Lottie doll
Inspired by women in science, this fun action figure is the perfect gift for young budding palaeontologists.
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Kunmanara Hogan, Tjaruwa Woods, Yarangka Thomas, Estelle Hogan, Ngalpingka Simms and Myrtle Pennington, Kungkarangkalpa (detail). Acrylic on canvas, 2013.  the artists, courtesy Spinifex Arts Project.

Kunmanara Hogan, Tjaruwa Woods, Yarangka Thomas, Estelle Hogan, Ngalpingka Simms and Myrtle Pennington, Kungkarangkalpa (detail). Acrylic on canvas, 2013. © the artists, courtesy Spinifex Arts Project.
Discover the remarkable story of one of the world’s oldest continuing cultures. This major exhibition celebrates the cultural strength and resilience of Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islanders whose cultures have existed for over 60,000 years.

The BP exhibition
Indigenous Australia: enduring civilisation
Until 2 August

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