Touring exhibitions

T rex: The Killer Question exhibition

The Museum has been touring its groundbreaking exhibitions since 1990.

Our world-renowned exhibitions are seen by millions of visitors all over the world.

We tour an array of exhibitions including the crowd-pleasing Dino Jaws, the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year, and the specimen-rich Sexual Nature and Extinction: Not the End of the World? As a centre for scientific excellence, the Museum draws on the expertise of its 300 scientists when crafting exhibitions.

For more information on the national tour of our Diplodocus, Dippy, visit our Diplodocus on tour page.

Contact us

Maren Krumdieck, Sales Manager: Australia, New Zealand, Americas
Email Maren or call +44 (0)20 7942 6245

Amina Darwish, Sales Manager: Europe and the Middle East
Email Amina or call +44 (0)20 7942 5329

William Cheung, Sales Manager: Asia
Email William or call +44 (0)20 7942 5793

Dino Jaws

Immerse your audience in the world of dinosaurs. Visitors have to dig for fossils, rummage through dinosaur dung and find out what T. rex had for dinner.

Extinction: Not the End of the World?

A highly topical exhibition that explores the latest findings on mass extinctions, with large video installations, interactive games and over 60 real specimens.

T. rex: The Killer Question

This 3D blockbuster exhibition features terrifying animatronic and static models, as well as fossils, casts and graphical displays.

Sexual Nature

Developed by evolutionary biologists, animal behaviour experts and curators, Sexual Nature examines evolution, adaptation, mating and reproduction.

Dinosaur Encounter

Dinosaur Encounter is a flexible exhibition featuring animatronic dinosaur models that can be incorporated into a bespoke dinosaur-themed event.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Suitable for all ages, this spectacular wildlife photography exhibition celebrates the drama and splendour of the natural world. 

Age of the Dinosaur

Developed with palaeontologists, animal behaviour experts, biologists and Museum curators, Age of the Dinosaur is a unique journey through the Mesozoic era.

Art of Nature

See the relationship between art and science through the eyes of the great natural history artists, with selected treasures from our library collections. 


This exhibition showcases some of the best treasures from the Museum's collection, carefully selected for their scientific, historical and cultural importance.


A History of Life Through Fossils

A new exhibition exploring 3.5 billion years of Earth's history across the seven continents. Each fossil unlocks another piece of the great evolution puzzle.

Hosting an exhibition

Find all the information you need about hiring and hosting our exhibitions at your venue.

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