Friday 26 February 2016

March at the Natural History Museum at Tring

Antarctica: Sub-zero Science - coming soon
Could you survive in the world's coldest continent? From collecting seal poo to studying penguin sick, discover what it's like for scientists to live and work in this remote world, and decide whether you could handle life in this ice-covered wilderness.

Opens 23 March
Free family exhibition
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Family activities at Easter
That's Not My Egg Gallery Trail
25 March - 17 April
Trail sheet £1

Whose Egg Is This?
29 and 31 March, 30-minute handling workshops at 10.15, 10.45, 11.15, 14.30 and 15.00
Tickets £2

Colourful Camouflage
30 March, 30-minute craft workshop at 10.15, 10.45, 11.15, 14.30 and 15.00
Tickets £2
View more fun activities in the Easter holidays
Toddler Tuesdays
Join in the fun and help your toddler explore and play around the Museum.
Every Tuesday in term-time from 14.00
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Events for adults
Behind the Scenes at Tring
behind the scenes at the Museum and learn how our world-renowned bird collection is used.
17 March, 45-minute tour at 11.00 and 15.00
Tickets £10

A Whale of a Task
Why is the blue whale skeleton replacing the Diplodocuscast at the Museum in London? Join Museum scientist Richard Sabin to find out.
24 March, 19.00-20.00
Tickets £4.50

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What's on at Tring
Look out for our new What's On leaflet, packed full of fun events and activities from March to June.
Booking now open
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Explore guide now on sale
Our Explore guide and activity book is available from the Museum shop. It’s bursting with stories and facts from the Natural History Museum at Tring, as well as fun activities to complete during your visit.
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