The Natural History Museum has over 30 years of experience in touring high quality exhibitions internationally, inspiring millions of visitors and challenging their perception of the natural world.
Our portfolio currently includes exciting specimen-rich shows such as Fantastic Beasts™: The Wonder of Nature and Jurassic Oceans: Monsters of the Deep, ever popular dinosaur blockbusters and the world-renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year. We know how to make scientific knowledge accessible in a fun, engaging and educational way supported by the over 300 scientists of the Museum, who ensure accuracy of all our content and exhibits.
The Museum’s Touring Exhibitions team travel the globe to oversee the planning, promotion, installation and management of our displays in their temporary homes. The team’s expertise includes:
- Sales and marketing
- Project management
- Financial and business management
- Operations and logistics
- Audiovisual expertise
- Object handling
- Content development
Fantastic Beasts™: The Wonder of Nature
Discover where the real world and the Wizarding World intertwine, and how the wonders of the natural world have inspired myths, legends and magical creatures for generations.
Discover magical beasts and fantastic animals whose abilities allow them to dazzle, attract and escape; and celebrate real-world scientists, who like the character Newt Scamander™ help us to understand our planet’s extraordinary creates and how we can protect them. This spectacular exhibition showcases creatures from the natural, mythical and wizarding worlds.
Jurassic Oceans: Monsters of the Deep
Some of the largest, fiercest and most successful predators ever to exist were to be found in Earth’s Oceans.
Visitors to Jurassic Oceans: Monsters of the Deep discover the remarkable evolution and ecosystems of these great underwater creatures. Step back in time to experience life beneath the waves and come face-to-face with ferocious hunters and their prey, as they were millions of years ago during the Jurassic period.
The exhibition includes striking specimens, fully articulated 3D models and life-size casts from the Natural History Museum’s collections, to show the predators of the Jurassic seas in their natural habitats and tell the story of how they adapted to survive.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Wildlife Photographer of the Year has been showcasing the world’s best nature photography and photojournalism for more than 50 years.
Attracting over two million people annually worldwide, Wildlife Photographer of the Year is renowned not only for its compelling imagery but also for the quality of its interpretation.
The exhibition sparks a global conversation about sustainability and the conservation of wildlife – it challenges and encourages people around the world to consider their responsibility to protect our planet’s breathtaking biodiversity.
The Natural History Museum’s two touring exhibitions Dinosaur Encounter and T.rex: The Killer Question will be retiring after more than 15 years of delighting nearly 7 million visitors around the world.