Wildlife Photographer of the year


The Natural History Museum was designed by Alfred Waterhouse and opened it’s doors in 1881. It is best known for its archaeological exhibits and it’s impressive collection of Dinosaur artefacts including a to scale Diplodocus in the main entrance.

Every year for the last 52 years the Museum has held its prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the year awards and over the years the gallery has amassed some stunning images of wildlife in it’s natural habitat.

This years exhibit runs from now until September 2017 and if you are a wildlife enthusiast it’s well worth a visit - if only to wonder past the Dinosaurs on your way in!