april, 2023

mon03aprsun16aprBe a Palaeontologist

Be a Palaeontologist

Event Details

Challenge the way you think about the natural world and explore prehistoric life through fossils with Easter Family Fun: Be a Palaeontologist at the Natural History Museum.

When: April 3 to 16

Where: Natural History Museum – Darwin Centre and Darwin Centre Atrium in the Orange Zone 

Ticket price: Free, drop-in

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Join us for a day of activities at Be a Palaeontologist that will challenge the way your little ones think about the natural world – its past, present and future – and inspire their curiosity and fascination.

This Easter, to celebrate the opening of new exhibition, Titanosaur: Life as the Biggest Dinosaur, the museum are inviting families to explore prehistoric life through fossils and engage with palaeontological activities as well as talks.

Families will develop their interest and understanding of palaeontology through a variety of playful activities.

Step into the world of the colossal titanosaur Patagotitan mayorum, one of the largest known creatures to have walked our planet. At four times heavier than Dippy the Diplodocus, the gigantic Titanosaur is a spectacular sight. You can see this dinosaur up close at the interactive exhibition for all the family.

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Time

april 3 (Monday) - 16 (Sunday)

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