Explore the world of Butterflies at the Sensational Butterflies attraction at the Natural History Museum.
This living exhibition includes a large number of colourful species usually found in the tropical forests of Central and South America, Africa and Asia.
Visitors wander through the free-flying butterflies in a tropical habitat of flowers, vines and foliage, you can use magnifiers to study the remarkable details and features.
Watching butterflies hatch from delicate chrysalises, unfolding their wings for the first tim
Looking for munching caterpillars hidden in the foliage and at different life stages and sizes
Seeing butterflies feeding, pausing their flight to enjoy nectar and fruit
Butterfly friendly tips and advice from the Butterfly House Manager
The exhibition is inspired by the Museum’s world-leading butterfly and moth collection of more than 10 million specimens assembled over 200 years. The collection is used by scientists around the world studying the diversity of species and how they are affected by environmental changes.
Dates and times: 24 March – 11 September 2016, 10.00–17.50
Adult, child and concession £5.85, school £3.50, family £19.80
Free for Members, Patrons and children under four
If you would like further information or book tickets, visit the National History Museum website here
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