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Stunning Wildlife Photography
Big Nature Day
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Cannibalistic habits
The butterflies emerge
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Barbeque season
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Stunning Wildlife Photography
 Tim Laman
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From intimate portraits to unique behaviour, and atmospheric wildernesses to challenging documentary, Wildlife Photographer of the Year displays the elegance and beauty of the natural world.

Until 30 August

Become an urban wildlife photographer with our expert-led special events in May.


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Big Nature Day
Join Museum scientists and more than 30 nature groups for a day of free activities celebrating British biodiversity. Fun for all ages.

Saturday 23 May
11.00-17.00

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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

Explore the spectacular ecosystems beneath the waves in our Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea exhibition free prize draw, courtesy of Audley Travel and Tourism and Events Queensland.

Enter the free prize draw.

Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea exhibition
Until 13 September

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Cannibalistic habits

New Museum research on human remains from Gough's Cave in Somerset shows more cannibalistic evidence, including human tooth marks on human bones. The research points to the existence of a sophisticated culture of butchering and carving of human remains.


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The butterflies emerge

Wander among hundreds of free-flying butterflies and moths from around the world in our Sensational Butterflies exhibition and learn about their unique life cycles.

Until 13 September

Watch our video of the blue morpho butterflies emerging from their chrysalises.


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Win a place at a MasterCard Priceless Night

Win one of three pairs of tickets to explore the Museum by night at an exclusive evening of talks, hands-on workshops, activities and food.

Friday 12 June
19.00-22.30


Enter the competition - entry closes 22 May


Barbeque season

Bring a flutter of butterflies to the barbecue this summer with our Monsoon Home melamine dining range. Featuring butterfly and hummingbird motifs with soft blue and green hues - perfect for picnics and dinner parties.

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Our friends at the British Museum

Experience the brilliance and diversity of ancient Greek art in this major exhibition focusing on the human body. The exhibition features over 120 objects, including some of the most beautiful Greek sculpture to have survived from antiquity. Sponsored by Julius Baer.

Defining beauty: the body in ancient Greek art
Until 5 July

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