Leave daylight behind and meet the creatures that thrive at night. The Life in the Dark Exhibition at the Natural History Museum is a sensory journey into the world of nocturnal animals, and discover how they survive, find food, find a mate, and avoid being eaten.
Smell the distinctive aromas of the bat cave, hear a symphony of nocturnal sounds, and see yourself through the eyes of a cave boa – this is the ultimate family-friendly exhibition where you’re positively encouraged to touch the exhibits (and smell them too).
Up to three under-16s go free with a paying adult, so it’s a perfect summer holiday outing.
The Life in the Dark Exhibition runs from 13 July 2018 until 06 January 2019
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