The Natural History Museum

Arts and culture writer Eddie Saint-Jean brings you the must-see displays and exhibitions at the Natural History Museum.

Museums reopened on May 17 and the Natural History Museum welcomed back visitors with the dinosaur and big mammal collections ever-popular and also new displays such as Our Broken Planet which explores humankind’s relationship with the natural environment.

Our Broken Planet informs and educates about the problem of global consumption, which is destroying the Earth’s resources and pushing some endangered species into extinction.

Read my review of Our Broken Planet

Whats on at the Natural History Museum?

Our Broken Planet

Fantastic Beasts The Wonder of Nature

Wildlife Photographer Of The Year

Nature In Lockdown

The Artistic Legacy of Joseph Banks

And much more!

When visiting the museum you are expected to respect the new rules introduced by the Department of Health to control the spread of Covid 19.

Face masks must be worn and visit times booked beforehand.

The Natural History Museum Cromwell Rd, South Kensington, London SW7 5BD (nearest tube South Kensington)

Below are some of my previous museum reviews and articles

The Clooneys call on the British Museum to return the Benin Bronzes

Votes for Women – Museum of London (Exhibition)

Science Museum, Summer of Space Festival (Exhibition)

Did You Know the World’s First Museum Restaurant Is in the V&A?

British Museum Faces New Calls to Return Looted African Artefacts

Leonardo Da Vinci’s Notebook