6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Discover rare items from the Museum's collections, meet hundreds of experts and take part in interactive science stations, debates and behind-the-scenes tours.
Part of European Researchers' Night, our annual festival of science is free and offers you the chance to uncover the hidden worlds of nature - from the depths of the oceans to planets beyond our own.
Science Stations: meet hundreds of scientists and discover their groundbreaking research at these themed stations exploring the hidden worlds around us.
Events: join the Intergalactic Council of Intelligent Life Forms as Museum scientists make their case for our planet, help judge the world's biggest science communication competition, and take part in interactive talks.
Storytelling: listen to our researchers' tales of life in the field, from first-hand accounts of working on a volcano to recollections of life in the rainforest.
Tours: go behind the scenes to see our captivating spirit collection, discover the history and architecture of the Museum, and visit our world-leading Conservation Unit.
Food and drink: chat to experts over a drink in the Science Bar and refuel in our other pop-up bars and restaurants.
Everything is free to attend, but spaces will be limited for some activities. Tickets will be available on the night on a first-come, first-served basis.
Contact and Booking Details
More information at this website.
No need to book tickets - just turn up on the day.
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